28 October 2021
Huntingdon Hall, Worcester
From £15.00 per person
Book now via Huntingdon Hall's website
An evening about climate change to put a smile on your face. Tom Heap – BBC Countryfile, Costing the Earth – talks about the inspiring people delivering solutions to global warming.
There are so many ways to cut carbon emissions – some proven and others growing promising but craving uptake. Adopt all the 39 Ways and we can save the planet without breaking the bank or sending us back to the stone age.
39 Ways to Save the Planet is available to buy now.
Advance booking for this event is required. Tickets for this event cost £15, and £10 for the Society members. To book tickets, please visit Huntingdon Hall's website.
Tom Heap will be touring this event in other theatres across the UK:
Event co-delivered by the Society and Huntingdon Hall.
Featured image: Tom Heap
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