All presentations took place online, split into a morning and afternoon session. Recordings of the presentations are available on each presenter’s profile page – click on their name in the schedule below or via the presenter profile menu on this page.
9am – morning session opens
Lynda Simmons, Interim Director of Sustainability at the University of Leeds: introduction to the conference
Alexandra Woodford: Who decides what is just? A pragmatic re-framing of the climate justice debate
Jasmine Chilton: Can nature have rights, like you and me?
Ibukunoluwa Iyiola-Omisore: Directors duties and environmental sustainability in Africa.
Sari Nomura: What does “inclusive cycling” mean to you? How one problem is seen differently.
Ejiro Ikoko: Mobility as a service and low-income women in sub-Sahara Africa.
Vanessa Jimenez Sanchez: Why multidimensional poverty and economic growth are relevant for the Mexican case?
Eleanor Pettem: Using remote sensing data to model sea ice retreat.
12:00 – morning session closes
13:00 – afternoon session opens.
Katie Hornsey: The role of restaurants in encouraging changes in meat consumption patterns.
Ridhi Surti with Co-author Shiwei Ooi: Evaluating sustainable healthcare using the Planetary Health Report Card at University of Leeds’ Medical School.
Alejandro Bertinelli Salamero: Sustainability and Computing: uncovering the SDGs in the curriculum.
Ejiro Ikoko: Faculty of Environment based Student Ambassador.
Yuwen Feng: Art of plastic clothes – an evaluation of plastic reuse methods.
Ashley Victoria: Sustainability in labs: a guide for going green in the lab.
Richard Coulthard: Net Zero and Carbon Offsetting.
15:30 – Professor Piers Forster: key note presentation.
16:00 – Awards
16:15 – conference closes