Zoe Svendsen will be in conversation with Stephen Peake, - senior lecturer in environmental technologies at the Open University, asking the question:
"What is the best possible economic structure for responding to climate change? And what would it be like to live in this future system?"
As the end of Zoe’s official residency approaches, she would like to mark the end with a unique twist... Zoe will present a sketch of a future scenario derived from all the previous café conversations and ask Stephen Peake to act as ‘respondent’ to the scenario and imagine what it might be to live in that world with both intended and unintended consequences.
Zoe has previously held café conversations with: Carolyn Steel, Chris Hope, Doina Petrescu, Joe Smith, Paul Mason , Frances Coppola and Ha-Joon Chang. Further details can be found here.
In addition, Cambridge Carbon Footprint will have a stand exhibiting a thermal imaging camera which reveals drafts and gaps in insulation together with information on Open eco homes – opening doors to low energy homes in Cambridge.
PLEASE NOTE this event takes place at Hot Numbers Café on Gwydir Street, Cambridge (just off Mill Road). Tickets are free but you do need to book in advance