Book your FREE place at Norfolk’s Sustainability Forum
Join Norfolk’s public forum as part of the Norwich Science Festival
‘A bold vision of hope for a sustainable future’
4pm – 5.30pm, 23rd October 2021
Blake Studio, Norwich School, The Close, Norwich, NR1 4DD
In the week leading up to the major intergovernmental conference on Climate Change COP 26 in Glasgow, Professor Tim O’Riordan from CPRE Norfolk will chair a panel to answer the questions –
What is enough to live sustainably?
Is that consistent with human wellbeing?
How do we get to this sustainable future?
What myths and stories do we need for this new age?
He will be joined by a high profile and experienced panel consisting of –
Haley Pinto – a Psychiatrist and spokesperson for Greenpeace;
Prof Nitya Rao – Director of Norwich Research Park Institute for Sustainable Development;
Connor Bryant – circular economy entrepreneur and co-founder of Rubbish Ideas & The Rubbish Project;
Jonathon Porritt CBE – a renowned environmental campaigner & author
Tickets for this event are FREE but must be pre-booked
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.
This event has been organised by Hope for a Better World as part of the Norwich Science Festival