Cambridge Unseen – Chalk Walk


July 3, 2024    
2:30 pm – 5:00 pm

Event Type

Go beyond the usual sights and delights of Cambridge and discover what lies beneath the water and your feet, the deep stories of cosmic and geological time. Learn what the geological record shows of the morphology of this landscape before and after human intervention, including radical changes in climate and ecology. Your tour – designed and led by Steve Boreham, Emma Linford, James Murray-White and Clara Todd of Water Sensitive Cambridge – will start at the Faculty of Divinity, take in some of Cambridge’s rare chalk-stream sites, and end at the heart of a secret garden for reflection and a shared imagining of possible futures.

This event is presented as part of the Summer School: Religion and Climate Futures – A joint academic summer school for advocates, policymakers, practitioners and faith leaders
Cambridge, 1–5 July 2024, Co-convened by LSE Religion & Global Society & the Cambridge Interfaith Programme.

Applications now open