We’ve Partnered with the Science Museum for their ‘Climate Talks’ Campaign
As we find ourselves in yet another national lockdown, the majority of us are itching for the world to go back to normal.
But what does ‘normality’ really entail? When it comes to the state of the Earth, the pre-pandemic normality we so sorely miss is one tainted by dark, uncomfortable truths surrounding the climate crisis.
Action is needed and, as ever, every solution starts with a conversation.
In order to spark this conversation, the Science Museum Group is starting a ‘Climate Talks’ campaign – a series of Free Online Events, made up of panel discussions and Q&As, each delving into the problems caused by climate change.
These talks will connect you with a host of exciting speakers, from astronauts and physicists to musicians and journalists. Dr. Hannah Fry, Brian Eno, Jon Snow, Dr. Jane Goodall and Tim Peake will feature, along with many other inspiring leaders, experts, activists and campaigners.
We are thrilled to have partnered with the Science Museum, as they tackle climate-related problems facing our communities and work towards shaping a brighter, more sustainable and eco-friendly future.
Every Solution Starts With A Conversation.
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The Science Museum Group is kick-starting the Climate Talks series today at 18:30, with a talk titled ‘Climate Change: Why Should We Care?’
Dr Hannah Fry, Dr. Jane Goodall, Kira Peter-Hansen, Dr. Tasmin Edwards and Wanjuhi Njoroge are exploring what Earth will be like for future generations and discussing why action is needed now, if we’re to tackle the incredible challenges presented by climate change.
If you didn’t manage to get tickets for today’s talk, here’s a rundown of what’s to come in 2021:
- Saturday 13th February (19:30) – ‘Earth, but not as we know it: Lovelock’s legacy and our future’
- Monday 15th February (19:30) – ‘Changing the system: Brian Eno and James Thornton in Conversation’
- Friday 26th February (19.30) – ‘Is Capitalism Compatible with Environmentalism?’
- Tuesday 16th March (19:30) – ‘Climate Change: The View from Space’
- Wednesday 31st March (19:30) – ‘Our Future Planet: Global Greenhouse Gas Removal’
- Thursday 13th May (19:30) – ‘The Clean Energy Revolution’
- Saturday 5th June (19:30) – ‘The Future of Fuel’
We encourage you all to get involved and be a part of the solution – head over to the Science Museum’s website to book your free tickets.
Finally, for our previous #SocialShort, click here.