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Join us at this year’s Great Exhibition Road Festival to explore how art and science can help inspire a greener future for the planet we all share.
Running from 9 – 15 October, this week of free events, both in South Kensington and online, offers the opportunity to meet scientists, artists, designers and innovators finding solutions in the fight against climate change, from local community projects to global action.
On Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 October, a series of talks will be hosted at the Society on the Festival’s theme of ‘One World’. Bringing together experts from numerous organisations in and around Exhibition Road, topics will include eco-anxiety, urban air pollution, the future of ocean life, and climate justice.
At this critical time for the planet, with the UK preparing to host the most important climate summit since the landmark Paris Agreement was signed, we invite you to imagine the road to a better future. Add your voice to the discussion and see what actions – both big and small – we can take in our own lives to care for nature.
Find out more about the Festival
The Great Exhibition Road Festival is a collaboration between organisations on and around Exhibition Road, including the Society.
We are delighted to share our autumn events programme, full of interesting topics, ideas, and insight.
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