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Newsletter: Events popping up this spring
(13/03/20)

We have a number of really exciting events planned this spring to bring people together – at the moment we’re still planning for them to happen, whether virtual or otherwise, have a look and see what takes your fancy. We’ll keep you updated with any changes.

 

How cars can put the brake on climate breakdown

How cars can put the brake on climate breakdown | Tuesday 5 May 2020, 5pm | Tickets £5

 

We're delighted to be chairing two events at the inaugural London Climate Change Festival.

On Tuesday 5 May, Global Action Plan Senior Partner Chris Large will chair the panel discussion How cars can put the brake on climate breakdown, where panellists will discuss how, if we think about them differently, cars can have a role in a sustainable and clean air future.

The role of cars will need to shift so we will look at what this means for car ownership and usage. The session will draw on the experiences and insights of the panel and audience to consider the social justice issues around travel and collectively arrive at solutions which are both affordable and clean.

Chris will be joined by Christopher Hook, Head of Uber UK, James Taylor, General Manager of Zipcar UK and Sue Welland from youme.car. Tickets are £5 each and are available now! 

 

Book your £5 ticket now

 


 

Environmental Sustainability in Healthcare | Westminster Health Forum | Friday 20 March 2020, 9am-1pm | £230+VAT

 

Environmental Sustainability in Healthcar
2020: The UK

Compassion vs. Consumerism panel | Monday 30 March 2020, 5pm | Free tickets

Compassion vs consumerism: Meeting future challenges head on

Join the debate! Get your free ticket to our London Climate Change Festival event Compassion vs. Consumerism: Meeting future challenges head on.

 

Our Head of Wellbeing and Consumerism Natasha Parker is chairing a panel of expert voices, including writer and journalist Lucy Siegle, Wayne Hemingway MBE, investigative journalist Jacques Peretti and author and futurist James Wallman as they discuss how we meet the challenges brought about by our consumerist society.

 

Compassion vs. Consumerism: Meeting future challenges head on is taking place on Monday 30 March at 5pm, Charing Cross Theatre, London. Tickets are free but there are a limited number - they are going fast!

 

Book your free ticket now

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