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Generation Carbon Game: A Workshop by Matthew Tulley

Date Wednesday 22nd May 2019
Time 18:30 until 19:30
Meet At Central Library, Carpenter Room
Surrey Street, Sheffield
S1 1XZ
Organised By Sheffield Libraries
Description Ruskin was one of the first to link industrial pollution to the changing climate. The Generation Carbon Game considers carbon footprints in our time and through previous decades. It shows how quickly some technologies have been adopted, how rapidly we take new developments for granted, and considers the challenges we face for the good of our children. Matthew Tulley is a Chartered Engineer and businessman, previously working in the oil industry and automotive sector. He is also a keen amateur builder and has been zero carbon for over a year. 2019 marks the bicentenary of Ruskin's birth and this is part of a season of talks, events and activities at Sheffield Central Library celebrating the ideas and legacies of John Ruskin Events are all free but must be booked in advance via
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Type of Event Talk
Primary Focus Gardening
Wheelchair/Pushchair Accessible No
Suitable for Families No