16 February 2016
Renehan Hall, Maynooth University, Maynooth, Ireland
Mark Campanale, Carbon Tracker’s founder and executive director, will examine the global case for divestment from fossil fuels, its importance to climate justice advocacy, and what this means for Ireland.
On February 16 in Maynooth, Ireland, a multidisciplinary event organised by Trocaire – the official development agency of the Catholic Church in Ireland – alongside Maynooth University and St Patrick’s College, will brings together academics, civil society and institutional stakeholders to discuss the future of ethical investing.
Speakers also include:
Dr. Cara Augustenborg, Ireland’s first Climate Leader in Al Gore’s Climate Reality Project and Climate Change Lecturer at UCD
Paul Harris, ISI Centre Director (formerly Green IFSC)
Ian Halstead, Senior Investment Consultant at L&P Investment Services
Sian Ferguson, from Ashden Trust philanthropy, supporting the global fossil fuel divestment movement
Leading representative of student divestment movement from Queens University Belfast
Heather Mason, Activism Coordinator with Friends of the Earth Ireland
Tim Gee, Campaign Strategy Lead at Christian Aid UK
Light lunch included – please advise of any dietary requirements.
Due to limited capacity, registration is essential
RSVP Susan Cullen at 01 5053218 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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