Wind turbines: energy saviours or blots on the landscape?
The next Huddersfield Salon event will take place on the 28th April between 6 and 8.30pm, the debate itself starts at 6.30pm.
The subject of the debate is 'Wind turbines: energy saviours or blots on the landscape?'
Dr Julia Meaton - Head of Strategy & Marketing Centre at Huddersfield University Business School, Julia has a keen interest in ethical and environmental issues. Recent research is looking at Environmental Management and Corporate Social Responsibility, ranging from a study of environmental grassroots movements in the UK to an analysis of environmental management in Saudi Arabian businesses.
Jane Davis - Jane farms a smallholding in Spalding, South Lincolnshire with her husband Julian. Jane is a retired health professional and has been involved with mainly rural communities since 1980. Following the installation of wind-turbines near their home, to which they didn’t object, Jane has spoken at countless meetings across the country about the disastrous effect this has had on their lives. She and her husband gave evidence to the House of Lords Select Committee on the Economics of Renewable Energy.
Suggested contribution £2.50 (more if you can)
Pay at the door, refreshments are available at the bar.
Other dates for your diary:
19 May, 30June, 29 September, 27 October, 24 November
Subjects to be confirmed
Café Ollo, The Media Centre
Northumberland Street, Huddersfield HD1 1RL (2 mins from train station)
Call 01484 483010 for more information or visit the Huddersfield Salon blog.
Official Website: http://www.the-media-centre.com/event
Added by The Media Centre on April 20, 2009