Surrey Hills Symposium 2021

24th November 2021, 18:30 - 20:15


Wednesday 24 November • 6.30pm – 8.15pm
Join us either in-person or online for the Surrey Hills Symposium 2021


We welcome you to join us at the University of Surrey in-person (subject to availability and COVID-19 guidelines) or online for our live stream of the Surrey Hills Symposium 2021. This is a free event.

This year’s Surrey Hills Symposium will explore how we can inspire action in addressing the climate and biodiversity emergency.

Warm welcome
Heather Kerswell, Chair of Surrey Hills National Landscape

Setting the scene
Professor Graham Miller, Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the University of Surrey

Our Climate and Biodiversity Emergency
Tony Juniper CBE, author, broadcaster and Chair of Natural England

The Debate: how can we inspire action?
Chair, Professor Jim Al-Khalili, Author and BBC Broadcaster

Heather Ackroyd, Ackroyd & Harvey

Daro Montag, Assoc Professor of Art & Environment

James Miller, Young Environmental Activist

Closing remarks
Marisa Heath, Surrey County Council, Cabinet Member for Environment and Surrey Hills Board Member

The Surrey Hills Symposium 2021 is an event in partnership with the University of Surrey.

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