Opening remarks by HRH The Prince of Wales
A video re-examining our relationship with the Earth, which concludes this: that you are alive for a reason.
Animated video exploring how much time we have left to solve the climate crisis.
Question: How do we progress toward climate action in a post-2020 world? Answer: New, big, bold, beautiful #Choices
Tessa Clarke, co-founder of OLIO, discusses food waste, and the touching story that led to the creation of OLIO, the sharing app.
The effects of coronavirus cannot be understated. Hundreds of thousands of people around the world have died from the virus. Millions have contracted it. And billions have had their way of life changed forever.However, one overlooked impact of the pandemic has been its effect on the environment. To discuss this, Nature 2030 has brought together a panel of experts who will answer the question: How do we stop Covid-19 from diverting attention from the climate emergency?
Hear from Lewis Hamilton, Jess Glynne, Cel Spellman, Asa Butterfield, Jade Anouka and Manal Rostom about the action we can take to support indigenous and local communities and protect the rainforest and its wildlife.
Here Lesein tells about his amazing initiate he set up called Trees for Goals: because he believes football has a power to connect, to change and to inspire young people to achieve a greener future.
An exploration of why it’s not just planting trees that’s important in the climate fight – but planting the right trees in the right places.
Join WWF in exploring the threats facing the Amazon, and why it’s so crucial to protect the Amazon.
Chris Redston, the Executive Director of Rainforest Trust UK, explains why protecting rainforests is so important for our climate.
Six out of seven sea turtle species are threatened with extinction. Greenpeace and Aardman created this hard hitting animated story…
Chair: Rob Belgrave from Wirehive who is joined by speakers: Andrew Medhurst from Extinction Rebellion, Paula Miquelis from Green Is The New Black, Carrie Hutchison from Lonely Whale and Matt Lipson from Energy Systems Catapult
Craig Leeson is an award-winning filmmaker. He is the director, explorer/narrator, writer and executive producer of the multi-award winning documentary feature films “A Plastic Ocean” (released 2017) and The Last Glaciers (due for release 2020).
Chad Frischmann, Vice President and Research Director at Project Drawdown, introduces the world’s leading resource for climate solutions
Hippo Roller reinvents the oil drum as a water transporter that revolutionises the lives of those whose homes are far from their water supply.
Elliot Coad, director and co-founder of Ecologi is joined by panelists Christian Arno (Paw Print), Darren Wilson (Kabloom), Yan Swiderski (Global Returns Project) and Stephanie Dickson (Green Is The New Black)
Inspiring ideas for a sustainable future.
Watch the trailer for the stunning documentary David Attenborough: A Life on Our Planet, produced by WWF and award-winning film-makers Silverback Films.
Writer and journalist Ash Sanders discusses climate grief, and how we can all navigate the difficult feelings that come up in the face of the climate crisis, and how to reclaim our power to act for good.
How to persevere and thrive in difficult circumstances. Bernadette Vallely has 35 years’ experience as a successful environmental campaigner, and tells us some of the methods she uses to keep positive.
Kendal Archer from The Planet Mark chairs this panel, featuring speakers: Alan Mahon (Brewgooder), Bernadette Vallely (Your Planet Needs You), Chris Redston (Rainforest Trust UK), and Tony Burdon (Make My Money Matter).
The average American creates 4.5 pounds of trash per day but most people never think twice about the trash they make. Rob Greenfield wanted to create a visual that would help people understand just how much trash they create and inspire them to make positive changes. So for 30 days, he lived just like the average American and he wore every piece of trash he created. 4.5 pounds a day really adds up!
Brazilian youth activist Catarina Lorenzo explores her own activist journey, and encourages young people around the world to get stuck in.
In this thought-provoking presentation, Andrew Medhurst of Extinction Rebellion talks about his personal journey and work with XR – and how important it is that we all live in climate truth.
Meet Becky: East Africa’s first female truck driver. As a woman in a traditionally male profession, Becky is breaking gender stereotypes and inspiring the next generation of Kenyan and Tanzanian girls to follow their passion into their dream careers.
Hear from Leo Taylor, co-founder Better Universal Grub – or BUG – about the sustainable superfood that is edible insects, and how we can and must change our perceptions about food.
David Urban talks about his experience eco-traveling, the importance of narrative in persuading others to change – and ways to save money, time and the environment while exploring the planet.
Sir Keir Starmer shares his thoughts on the climate crisis, the challenges facing us all and how the time to act is now.
Divers, scientists and photographers around the world mount an epic underwater campaign to document the disappearance of coral reefs.
Nick Boles is joined by broadcaster Rob Rinder, Zina Bencheikh of Intrepid Travel, author Bernadette Vallely, and Crista Buznea and Elliot Coad, of Ecologi for our final panel discussion, to close the festival.
Come unwind at our “Rave in Nature”, a 60 minute beat infused sensory tour through nature by Campion & Adapt.