Devising a Theory of Change workshop - S&C Hub

Theory of Change. Sustainability and Conservation Hub. Wolfson College
Prof. Steve Evans Professor in Sustainability Leadership, Wolfson Fellow
Date 08/10/2020 at 12.30 - 08/10/2020 at 13.30 Where Lee Hall, Wolfson College

Since forming in July 2020, the S&C Hub have discussed the issues we care about, and questioned why we care, but how should we now enact meaningful change? Join us in devising our Theory of Change to structure the Hub into the medium-to-long term.

Theory of Change. Sustainability and Conservation Hub. Wolfson College

This event is an in-person workshop where we will collectively devise the Sustainability and Conservation Hub's Theory of Change. Guided by the minutes from our first two meetings, here and here, we welcome you to bring any new ideas to the table.

We will be hosted by the excellent Professor Steve Evans.

This workshop will help us form the official structuring, and the S&C Hubs goals, plans and ambitions into the medium-to-long term.

Due to on-site COVID-19 regulations, capacity is limited and only open to current Wolfson students, fellows and staff. So sign up while you can! And please bring your facemasks 😷 attendees will be split into tables of 6 people each, masks worn at all times and your hands disinfected on arrival. Each table will produce it's own Theory of Change, led by Steve, whereupon we will consolidate each table into one singular S&C Hub Theory of Change.

Our next event, Fri 30 Oct 12:30-13:30, will be hosted online and open to everyone. We will be discussing -- Systems of Sustainability & Conservation -- with guest speakers talking on systems from a variety of subject areas, all relating to S&C.

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Wolfson's Sustainability & Conservation (S&C) Hub invites you to join the first gathering of its community for the academic year 2022-2023, discussing “What do you care about?”