date: Mon Jun 7 13:57:34 2004
from: Mike Hulme <m.hulmeatXYZxyz.ac.uk>
subject: Fwd: RE: Barclays Bank - NOT a scam!
to: e.tompkins,e.boyd,alex Haxeltine <Alex.Haxeltine@uea.ac.uk>,j.turnpenny,<firstname.lastname@example.org>,m.goulden,s.dessai,iain Brown <Iain.Brown@uea.ac.uk>
Please see invitation from Marcus Armes and CRed below (read email chain in reverse order)
It is for 1 hour on 22nd June to help "educate" Barclays Bank staff about climate change.
Please let me know if you can/will help with this.
From: "Marcus Armes" <marcus.armesatXYZxyz.ac.uk>
To: "'Mike Hulme'" <m.hulmeatXYZxyz.ac.uk>
Subject: RE: Barclays Bank
Date: Mon, 7 Jun 2004 13:52:02 +0100
Organization: University of East Anglia
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Sorry I should have said Tuesday 22nd. I anticipate a panel of four for the
Q and A session made up of Keith Tovey, Trevor Davies and Simon Gerrard plus
a Tyndall person. Whilst the main aim of the day is to concentrate their
minds on mitigation, I think given the expertise of the three current
panellists perhaps adaptation would be a useful expertise to have on board
as it would give the event an additional angle.
From: Mike Hulme [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: 07 June 2004 12:44
To: Marcus Armes
Subject: Re: Barclays Bank
I am sure someone in the Centre can help out with this. What area of
expertise are you looking for - climate science, adaptation, sustainable
development, coasts? And do you mean Tuesday 22nd or Wed. 23rd June?
Let me know and I'll take a sounding.
At 12:26 07/06/2004 +0100, you wrote:
>CRed is organising an event involving a selection of Barclay's Bank
>staff from across the Region to be held in the ZICER Exhibition room on
>Wednesday 22nd of June. The purpose of the event is to raise awareness
>of the link between carbon emissions and climate change, and to work
>with Barclay's personnel on what actions they can take to reduce
>emissions in the workplace.
>We are intending to include a 45 minute Q and A session around these
>issues and would be delighted if you, or someone from Tyndall, were
>able to attend. We are planning to run this session at 11 through to 12
>noon. Please let me know if this fits in with your availability?
>CRed External Liaison Officer
>School of Environmental Sciences
>University of East Anglia
>Tel: (01603) 593140
>Fax: (10603) 507719
>For further details of CRed - www.cred-uk.org