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green breakfast, Oxford - Wednesday 12 October 2011



To kick start our Autumn series of green breakfasts we were joined by Andrew Mitchell, founder and executive director of the Global Canopy Programme. Andrew looked at the role that this Oxford-based organisation has played in the international arena and also looked at carbon and emerging financing mechanisms for forests. To view Andrew's slides please see below.

For those of you who haven't attended a green breakfast before, the purpose of these events is to bring together people with an interest in the environment to be informed in a relaxed setting about key subjects linked to the issues posed by climate change and climate variability.

Attendees include representatives from local government, professionals, academics, social enterprises, charities and the business community.

The breakfasts start from 7.30 am for something to eat and drink whilst networking. The speakers start at about 8.00 am and finish about 8.45 am. There is a lively Q&A following the speaker with the whole event closing by 9.30 am.


Blake Lapthorn
Seacourt Tower
West Way

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12 October 2011


7.30 am - 9.30 am




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