Explore the finest art and industrial design of the day during this guided tour of the Great Exhibition of 1851.
From green banking to generating clean energy from our poo, Martin Kiszko tackles environment issues through his playful poetry.
Illustrators and writers celebrate the transformative power of an overlooked section of children’s literature to communicate science.
Scientists and artists discuss their work and the role public art can play in bringing a community together to take action against human-induced mass extinction of life on Earth.
Pallavi Malhotra discusses her career from being a pioneering female telecommunications engineer to being Director for the Huawei ICT Academy Programme in Western Europe.
For their installation ‘Windflower’ on Exhibition Road, Urban Radicals transformed a wind turbine blade into beautiful planters. Hear about the making of ‘Windflower’ and the ideas behind it.
How can we ensure equality and basic human rights are preserved in the pursuit of saving the planet?
Meet Tayshan Hayden-Smith, the former footballer who discovered the healing power of horticulture after setting up the Grenfell Garden of Peace
Courtnae Bailey discusses her work to increase global climate investments in developing countries so they can mitigate and adapt to the worst impacts of climate change.
Find out how changing our diet could not only improve our health, but also tackle climate change, address biodiversity loss and stave off the next global pandemic.
Despite leaving school at 16 with no qualifications, Leslie Primo overcame dyslexia and the odds to become an authority on some of the great masters of European art.
Find out how the fight to save our planet could also improve our individual and collective wellbeing in this session exploring our emotional response to the climate crisis.
Learn how public health data, better air quality monitoring and smart green mobility could make our cities healthier places to live and explore.
Royal College of Music student Mebrakh Haughton-Johnson performs and discusses his journey from practising in the sixth form common room to playing on the world’s most prestigious stages.
Explore how new technologies, eco-business models and better regulatory oversight might end fast fashion and benefit the planet.
How can music help us forge new relationships with our environment and the places we inhabit?
Explore the ways science, governments, fossil fuel lobbyists and environmental campaigners have changed how we talk about climate.
From caring for Charles Darwin’s specimens to decolonising museum collections, explore the career of the Natural History Museum’s Miranda Lowe.
Celebrate craftmanship, its links to material science and its potential to challenge our throwaway culture through a greater appreciation of how things are made.
Meet Dr Gbemi Oluleye and her work to reduce the 40% of the global carbon dioxide emissions contributed by our manufacturing industries.
Explore historic collections that could predict the future of marine ecosystems with the Natural History Museum’s coral reef curator Miranda Lowe.
Explore the much-needed revolution in our manufacturing sector, from advanced energy and material efficiency to carbon capture, to new building materials and green chemistry
Immerse yourself within the sights and sounds of a forest ecosystem under threat with this digital artwork created by art collective super/collider.
This discussion with ‘Windflower’ designers Urban Radicals with Adam Harris will explore the role of design for the transition to a circular economy and engaging the public in this process.
Join V&A Anthropocene Reading Group co-founder and postgraduate researcher Flora Parkin on this tour of the V&A Collection, sharing untold stories about the museum’s historical role in today's profound crises.
Meet the graduates of Imperial College London and the Royal College of Art who have gone on to develop innovative solutions to help build a greener, more sustainable world.
London's parks have been a lifeline for many during the pandemic as a place of respite, but what's their role in tackling the long term challenges society faces?
Join us for a live stream event where a panel of Millennials and Generation Z discuss some of the core issues of the planetary emergency.
Discover the incredible story of the Great Exhibition of 1851. From its controversial planning process to its exhibitors, visitors and long legacy, you’ll uncover an event unlike any other.
The gravity of climate change can often feel overwhelming. Join us for an interactive workshop using Jenny Brockmann’s installation Seat #12 to build your #TalkingClimate toolkit.
Explore why severe weather warnings don’t always lead to simple life-saving public and government action, and why climate change means we need to get this right.
Our warming planets threatens life on every continent. Seven scientists present seven vulnerable species that need more appreciation and protection as the world changes.
Our panellists will discuss their own experiences in STEM and what organisations need to do to attract talent from all walks of life.
Join us for some green entertainment with the return of our Festival Family Quiz!