The Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment hosts academic seminars for LSE and non-LSE researchers to exchange ideas about state-of-the-art research on climate change and environmental issues. Seminars are organised jointly by the Institute and the Department of Geography and Environment.
These seminars normally take place on Fridays between 1pm-2:30pm.
Research Seminars in Economic Geography take place throughout term time. They are led by PhD students in Economic Geography from LSE, and occasionally play host to external speakers. Seminars are open to all LSE staff and students.
These seminars bring together scholars working at the intersection between spatial and urban economics and the more institutionally-oriented fields of economic geography.
These research seminars are led by PhD students in Environmental Economics and Quantitative Environmental Social Science from LSE and are used to showcase their work throughout their PhD.
These seminars are organised as part of a series of expert-led discussions. The seminars are open to all.
These research seminars are interdisciplinary discussions around contemporary debates in the humanistic social sciences of climate change and the environment. Events take multiple formats, including standard seminar format as well as more engaged discussions of relevant readings and works in progress. The seminars are open to all.
MSc Regional and Urban Planning Studies has teamed up with LSE London to organise a series of events on housing, planning, and sustainability. Progressing Planning aims to foster connections among LSE students, alumni and academics.The seminars are free and open to all. Events are in person and no ticket or pre-registration is required.