An increasing population and changing lifestyles are putting pressure on the earth’s valuable resources. Can business, politics and the creative industries help us create a sustainable future?
Sir Stuart Rose
Rt Hon Hilary Benn
Tim Smit, Chief Executive of the Eden Project
Professor Tim Jackson, Centre for Environmental Strategy, University of SurreyProfessor of Sustainable Development in the Centre for Environmental Strategy (CES) at the University of Surrey.
Jane ni Dhulchaointigh is the Irish inventor and CEO of sugru, an innovative new product which Time magazine named alongside the iPad as one of the 50 best inventions of 2010.
Featured image: Hugo Sousa/Unsplash
Author Grant Gordon sailed over 55,000 nautical miles rounding Cape Horn and the Cape of Good Hope. Louise Adventure records the stories of the people, places and events that shaped this round-the-world odyssey.
2 November 2021
Sara returns to the thin country to mark the 25th anniversary of her bestselling book recounting a six-month journey from the Peruvian border to Chilean Antarctica.
7 January 2019
With basic geographic data lacking in many low income countries, Andy explores how cell phone and satellite technologies offer new ways to help achieve and monitor the Sustainable Development Goals.
15 January 2018
The UK Government’s overriding priorities with regards to energy policy are to deliver secure, reliable, clean, affordable energy.
26 March 2008
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