The GIST Seminar: “Energy Production In 2050 — Pathways To A Greener Future”

The Glasgow Insight into Science and Technology proudly present the first GIST seminar!

When:Wednesday 2nd May 2012 19:30
Where:The Debates Chamber — Strathclyde University Union

This is an opportunity for the public to engage with a panel of leading scientists and engineers to see where science may lead us in the future.

This first seminar focuses on the 2050 pathways calculator. Leading experts from the world of energy production and distribution will present their vision for the future of energy in the UK. It will then be over to you, the audience, to lead the discussion — ask the questions about the future of energy that you’ve always wanted to ask…

  • Do we need nuclear power?
  • Will we all drive electric cars in 2050?
  • Can’t we just keep doing what we’re doing now?

Attendance is FREE, simply contact the GIST via editor@the-gist.org to register.

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