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Sat 28th Sept / 12.00 / £9

Rosie Bell / Panel Discussion

The Climate Majority Project is a collaborative anthology aiming to inspire a vital new wave of mainstream citizen climate action amid intensifying ecological breakdown. Join us for a powerful event, which will include a presentation from co-author and editor of the book - Rosie Bell - on the work of The Climate Majority organisation, followed by a panel discussion with local environmental and sustainability experts. This will be chaired by Richard Pallot (Channel TV) and will also give a voice to attendees during the audience Q&A.


Rosie Bell is a writer working primarily in public climate narrative and inner-outer transformation for sustainability. Rosie brings an academic background in philosophy (University of Edinburgh) and political communication (University of Sheffield) to a decade of work with think tanks, NGOs, thought leaders, and wellbeing innovators. 


Rosie will join the event by zoom link, feeling unable to justify a cross-channel flight to talk about climate impacts: 


"I don't believe that people who work in climate should never fly for work - to influence change often requires your physical presence in the room. Sadly however, people are often eager for an excuse to dismiss climate advocacy - and taking a flight to talk about it can seem to supply one, before the conversation has even begun. So I warmly invite you to come and join this conversation, even though I'll be attending remotely. I look forward to sharing the work and words of the Climate Majority Project with you.”

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