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EARTH experts tackle global issues

21 May 2015

Experts from Cardiff University will tackle some of the most pressing issues facing society before audiences at a world-famous literature festival. Rising sea levels, mass surveillance and energy consumption will be on the agenda as part of The Cardiff Series of Cardiff University talks at this year’s Hay Festival.

In the third Cardiff Series event, at 1900 on 27 May, Dr Caroline Lear and Dr Rhoda Ballinger, (from the School of Earth and Ocean Sciences) will consider the consequences of rising sea levels and discuss the possible impact on global resources, coastal societies and mega-cities.

https://www.hayfestival.com/p-9763-caroline-lear-and-rhoda-ballinger.aspx

The Hay Festival runs in the mid Wales town from 21-31 May attracting world-class writers, filmmakers, comedians, politicians, academics and musicians.