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A Bold Vision of Hope for a Sustainable Future

Graphic of the Earth sat and surrounded in shubbery, which is being looked after by three people

4pm - 5.30pm: Blake Studio, Norwich School

Nature & Environment Panel Climate Change & Sustainability Free

The Close, Norwich, NR1 4DD

Join the panel discussing our sustainable future.

We are destroying our oceans, driving species to extinction, and dangerously heating our planet. We are using the Earth’s resources far faster than they can replenish. Join Prof Tim O’Riordan (President, Campaign to Protect Rural England) as he discusses how we can learn to live sustainably with Dr Hayley Pinto (Greenpeace), Dr Nitya Rao (Norwich Institute for Sustainable Development, UEA), Connor Bryant (Co-founder of Rubbish Ideas and The Rubbish Project) and Jonathon Porritt CBE (environmental campaigner and author of Hope in Hell).    

Recommended age: All ages

Cost: Free, booking required

If you are not able to attend the event in person, a recording will be available to view online shortly after the event. To access the online recording, please register here before the event.

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