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.
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26 May 2022
Rod Downie shares his experience in developing innovative solutions to better understand and conserve polar bears in the rapidly changing Arctic.
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4 April 2016
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