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Tyndall engages with festival-goers on climate change, energy and sustainability at Bluedot 2018

29 July 2018

Tyndall Manchester joined Bluedot Festival on 20–22 July to showcase research on bioenergy, carbon capture and storage and sustainable communities.

Tyndall Manchester joined Bluedot Festival on 20–22 July to showcase research on bioenergy, carbon capture and storage and sustainable communities through games, experiments, and arts. The exhibit also featured a weather songs quiz based on a Tyndall Centre paper, and the DECC 2050 calculator. Tyndall Co-Director, Dr. Sarah Mander, also served as panellist in a Dot Talk and echoed the importance of raising climate change concerns to MPs and taking local action.

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