C3RI Professor Lise Autogena speaking at the international arts-science summit ‘Under Her Eye: Women and Climate Change’ – 01 and 02 June

Promotional banner image for Under Her Eye at the British Library, image from Invisible Dust

C3RI Professor Lise Autogena will be speaking this week at Under Her Eye: Women and Climate Change, a high profile international arts-science summit at The British Library on 1st-2nd June, to explore and celebrate the role of women taking action on climate change. The summit is headlined by Booker-prize winning author, Margaret Atwood, Christiana Figueres, previous Executive Secretary of the UNFCCC,  Hakima El Haité, Moroccan Minister for the Environment and Caroline Lucas MP, Co-Leader of the Green Party.

The event brings together a wide range of pioneering women working globally to tackle the environmental challenge of our age through art, science, technology, finance, health, activism, leadership and policy – united by the power of the arts to tell these stories, spark conversations and inspire change.

Under Her Eye: Women and Climate Change
The British Library
01 – 02 June 2018

The event is curated by Invisible Dust as part of the 2018 Suffrage Centenary. Read more here.

Professor Lise Autogena is an artist and a Professor of Cross-Disciplinary Art at the Cultural Communication and Computing Research Institute at Sheffield Hallam University. Find out more about her work here.