Resurgence Talks in London

Resurgence and Ecologist 42 Acres

An exciting new series of Resurgence events in London in association with 42 Acres Shoreditch. The monthly programme, inspired by the ideas of Resurgence covers a range of issues including the environment, arts, meditation and ethical living. All welcome.

Talks begin at 19:30 at 42 Acres, 66 Leonard Street, London EC2A 4LW London. Unfortunately, the event space is not disability friendly: the talks will be held on the second floor, but there is no lift.

Tickets £10. To book tickets follow the link for each talk.

Tea and coffee will be served.

For further details contact Sharon@resurgence.org

Forthcoming Talks

Jonathan-Bartley

The End of Neoliberalism: Why the Left Must Claim the Future

31 May 2017

Jonathan Bartley: Jonathan is co-leader of the Green Party. Jonathan is frequently seen and heard on national radio and television on programmes including BBC1's Big Questions, BBC Radio 5 Live and Radio 2's Jeremy Vine Show. He writes for The Guardian's Comment is Free and is a regular newspaper reviewer for BBC Radio London. He has also written for the Times, The Independent and The Telegraph and was a regular contributor to Radio 4's Thought for the Day.

Craig-Bennett

What Options for the Environment Post Brexit?

28 Jun 2017

Craig Bennett: Craig is Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Friends of the Earth and Honorary Professor of Sustainability and Innovation at University of Manchester Alliance Manchester Business School. Craig started as CEO of Friends of the Earth in July 2015 following five years as Director of Policy and Campaigns. Under Craig's campaign leadership, Friends of the Earth achieved a number of notable campaign successes such as stopping fracking, and securing a National Pollinator Strategy to reverse the decline of bee populations. Craig is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society (FRGS) and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA).

Sir-Anthony-Seldon

Mindfulness for Happiness

26 Jul 2017

Sir Anthony Seldon, Vice-Chancellor of The University of Buckingham since 2015, is a leading contemporary historian, educationalist, commentator and political author. He was head of Brighton College and of Wellington College, two of Britain's leading independent schools. He is author of over 40 books on contemporary history and was the co-founder and first director of the Centre for Contemporary British History and is co-founder of Action for Happiness.

Susan-Derges

Art Inspired by Nature

27 Sep 2017

Susan Derges: Susan began her career as a painter working in London and Berlin in the 1970's and moved to Japan in 1980 where she developed the cameraless approach to photography for which she has become internationally renowned. Cycles of life, death, and change, and their relationship to physical experience are explored through visual metaphors that borrow from science, nature, psychology and art. She has recently been working on a series titled Tide Pools, which has been developed with assistance from the department of Marine biology University of Plymouth and is visiting professor of photography at the University of Plymouth.

Helen-Browning

Save Our Soil

25 Oct 2017

Helen Browning: Helen farms organically in Wiltshire. Helen is Chief Executive of the Soil Association and prior to that was Director of External Affairs at the National Trust. Helen is past Chair and still a member of the Food Ethics Council. She was awarded an OBE in 1998 for services to organic farming.

Dr-Jeremy-Leggett

The Solar Civilization, Renaissance, and New Despotism

22 Nov 2017

Dr Jeremy Leggett: Jeremy is a social entrepreneur and writer. He founded and is a director of Solarcentury, an international solar solutions company (1997 - present), and founded and is chair of SolarAid, a charity funded with 5% of Solarcentury's annual profits that builds solar lighting markets in Africa via its wholly owned retail brand SunnyMoney (2006 - present). He also chairs Carbon Tracker, a climate-and-finance think tank analysing climate risk in the capital markets. He is a historian, futurist, and author of four books on the climate-and-energy nexus.

 

Previous Talks

Soil, Soul, Society

29 Mar 2017

Satish Kumar: A former Jain monk and long-term peace and environment activist, Satish has been quietly setting the global agenda for change for over 50 years. He is Editor Emeritus of Resurgence & Ecologist magazine. Prior to this he was the editor-in-chief of the publication for over 40 years. Satish is the founder of Schumacher College and the Small School, Devon. His autobiography, No Destination, first published by Green Books in 1978, has sold over 50,000 copies.

Tony Juniper

What's Really Happening To Our Planet?

26 Apr 2017

Tony Juniper: Tony is a campaigner, writer, sustainability adviser and a well-known British environmentalist. He works as a Special Adviser to the Prince of Wales's International Sustainability Unit, having previously worked as a Special Adviser with the Prince's Rainforests Projects. A former chief executive of Friends of the Earth he is President of The Wildlife Trusts and a trustee of The Resurgence Trust.

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