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Have Humans Changed the Climate? - Registration, and how to get here


Wednesday 18th November
European Parliament
Room PHS 05B001


We look forward to to welcoming you to our one day conference Have Humans Changed the Climate? We have an exciting line up of speakers for what promises to be an enjoyable day.

If you have not got a pass into the Parliament, please could you ensure that you contact us with your name, date of birth, and country of residence. Please also ensure that you bring your passport to the Parliament with you on the day, as you will need this to enter the Parliament.

Getting to the Parliament:
I recommend the train, as driving and parking in Brussels can be time consuming, whilst the city has good rail links. The Eurostar runs hourly services from St Pancras to Brussels Midi - the journey takes two hours. From within Europe, there are regular services to all Brussels stations. The closest station to the Parliament is Luxembourg (a two minute walk to the entrance), but taxis can be taken from Midi, Central or Shumann for around 10.

On arrival at the Parliament:
The Parliament's address is Rue Wiertz 60, 1047 Brussels. Please come to the Rue Wiertz entrance, where you can collect your pass and go through security. Although the process doesn't take too long, there may well be queues so we advise arriving an hour in advance. NOTE: The entrance facing Place Luxembourg is NOT the Rue Wiertz entrance; please use the shallow stairs on each side of this entrance to reach the entrance to the Alterio Spinelli building on Rue Wiertz (see map attached).

We are also delighted to inform you that coffee and lunch will both be served during the course of the day.

If you have any further questions, please do feel free to ask!

Kind regards,

Donna Edmunds.
0032 2284 7764


Conference programme