Re-booting technology to impact on poverty and the environment: public meeting 13 March

Please note this is not sponsored by SHG or BHA, but may be of interest:

A free public meeting, Re-booting  technology to impact on poverty and the environment. Simon Trace CBE has 35 years of experience working in the international development sector, for Wateraid and then as CEO of Practical Action.

Our society is more likely to direct research funding into a cure for male baldness than a malaria vaccine, or into exploring new methods of extracting shale gas than finding solutions for storing renewable energy. In this powerful talk, Simon Trace argues that we need a new approach, one of technology justice, to put things right.

Monday 13th March 2017 at 7.30pm at the United Reformed Church Lecture Hall, English Bridge, Shrewsbury. All Welcome. Refreshments

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