2009 8th Sir Bernard Crossland Lecture, Prof. Bertrand Barre, ‘Nuclear Power: A Tool of Sustainable Development’

Roundtable discussion on Northern Ireland’s First Sustainable Development Strategy, 2006

Queen’s University Belfast Chief Executive’s Club Feb 2009 lecture by Prof. – Harvard




Institute for a Sustainable World website - currently being developed


Other Sustainability research clusters within the university

The Gibson Institute for Land, Food and the Environment

Quercus -

New Zealand Eco Night at Queens !

Tuesday 3rd November 2009 at 7.30 pm

Lecture Theatre G07, Peter Frogatt Centre

Earth Whisperers and Who Owns the Future?

If you are in any way interested in key issues regarding sustainability, climate change, the future and how you can make a positive difference, then come along on 3rd Nov. when we will be having two events for the price of one!


Earth Whisperers - Film

There will be a showing of the much acclaimed feature film Earth Whisperers by NZ director Kathleen Gallagher.  Earth Whisperers was filmed in spectacular locations around New Zealand and focuses on a special group of New Zealander's who are out to prove that a shift in consciousness can heal the environment.  Kathleen describes the film as a unique Number Eight Wire / Kiwi style response to Al Gore's "An Inconvenient Truth"!


Following the film there will by a discussion about the issues raised by the film led by Kiwi born author Tony Kearney who will also talk about his book:


Who Owns the Future? - Book

“A fascinating and epic appraisal of humanity, the Earth, the Universe, evolution and more, Who Owns The Future? merges themes of environmentalism, philosophy, science, psychology, language, sociology, metaphysics, religion, gender relationships, politics, poverty, and population in its search for ways to address the awesome challenges confronting us.”


If you are looking for a fresh, optimistic and quirky approach to the massive issues we face going forward into the future then this most definitely is the night for you!  Come and learn how to speak fluent Kiwi and help save the Planet at the same time!


Admission is £5 or £3 for concessions to cover costs for the showing of the film.

Free admission to those under 16.


Please pass onto your networks


For more information please email John Barry –