The internet is rapidly evolving to play a central role in society, transforming social, cultural, economic and political landscapes. The benefits are clear, but are societies equipped to keep pace with the consequences of our increasing reliance on this technology?
Dr Aleks Krotoski, Academic, journalist and host of the Guardian’s Tech Weekly podcast
Ben Hammersley, Editor-at-large of WIRED UK
Nick Harkaway, Author and technology blogger
Professor Alan Woodward
Dr Sue Black
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Award-winning photographer Nori Jemil’s discusses her ground-breaking photography book. She focuses on travel imagery, from people and landscape to architecture and adventure.
27 April 2022
Professor Joanna Haigh will outline the scientific evidence for a human influence on climate and discuss pathways to limit the rate of global warming and its disastrous impacts.
12 April 2021
Our panel of experts discuss the various approaches you can take to reduce the impacts of your holidays on the planet and answer the question: what does it mean to travel well?
30 May 2019
Rod Downie shares his experience in developing innovative solutions to better understand and conserve polar bears in the rapidly changing Arctic.
19 March 2018
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