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Social Enterprise and International Development: Bamboo wind turbine blades raise spirits in China

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The Humanitarian Centre invites you to the final talk in our series on ”Social Enterprise and International Development” on Monday 9th November with guest speaker Dr Jim Platts, Cambridge Environmental Initiatives, University of Cambridge

‘Bamboo wind turbine blades raise spirits in China’

Dr Jim Platts is a lecturer in Design and Manufacturing in the Institute for Manufacturing. He has a strong interest in sustainable communities, and is supporting the development of wind turbine technologies in China. He will talk about the use of bamboo as a material for wind turbine blades, and how his work is directly benefiting children in remote Chinese villages.

Venue: The Humanitarian Centre, Fenner’s, Gresham Road, CB1 2ES

This is the last talk of the series so if you’re interested in attending, please sign up soon! Further information and booking is via Holly Edwards by email at: holly.edwards@humanitariancentre

This talk is part of the Cambridge University Enterprise Network series.

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