Opening remarks by HRH The Prince of Wales
Tom and Amy introduce a new and exciting climate movement: The JUMP. Here’s how we can save the planet, live with joy and meet great people. This grassroots movement, created by normal folks in their own time, offers the community and the tools to help you along the way. If you’re worried about our planet and feeling that actually there’s more to life than just stuff, then TAKE THE JUMP!
Meet the adventurous women – including Intrepid trekking leader Srishti, and porters Robina and Manisha – who are blazing the trail for gender equality in Nepal.
In the UK, 4.3 billion disposable menstrual products are used every year, making up 5.9% of the UK’s beach litter. Through gaining insight into the nationally leading ‘plastic-free period’ campaign by City to Sea, Earth Minutes investigates period product alternatives that are both better for our health and the planet.
Amy Charuy-Hughes challenges herself to a plastic-free shop, and discusses how you can change your shopping habits to bring less plastic into your home.
Nonnhlanhla Joye, founder of the Umgibe Organics Institute, shares her vision of eradicating hunger and poverty in South Africa through sustainable farming.
Precious Plastic is a project researching and developing new solutions to tackle the plastic waste problem. We offer recycling machines, techniques to recycle plastic, business models to make a business from recycling and digital infrastructures to connect tens of thousands recyclers around the world.
Our Changing Climate presents a brief deconstruction of the concept of minimalism. Ultimately, minimalism needs to be renegotiated as a pro-environment and anti-consumption mindset.
Resham Sutra’s solar-powered silk reeling machines improve productivity, employment conditions and quality of life for India’s rural silk workers.
For one year, Rob Greenfield, grew and foraged 100% of his food. Every. Single. Bite. No grocery stores, no restaurants, not even a drink at a bar. Nature was his garden, his pantry and his pharmacy.
Polymateria is developing a new standard in biodegradable and compostable plastics through a proprietary formulation called Biotransformation.
Amy Charuy-Hughes explores how to choose the most eco-friendly beauty products for your daily skincare routine.
Roxy explores a really simple way to be more climate positive: by not using shampoo.
Our Changing Climate looks at the controversy and debate behind plastic straw bans. Specifically, the impact of plastic straws on ocean trash, compared to other forms of garbage.
In this heartwarming collection of videos, get to know Aarstiderne – the Danish organic meal box company.
Stephanie Dickson talks about wellbeing and the environment – how to take small actions to live more consciously and protect your wellbeing at the same time.
Everything Rob currently owns fits into a small backpack, about 44 possessions. For tips on how to downsize your life watch this video
Jeremy Smith, Emma Kemp, Susanne Etti, Paul Cripps and Phil Sturgeon all join Sam Jackson for a discussion about the future of tourism – how an industry which was decimated by COVID-19 can recover regeneratively from the pandemic.
Kenneth Worthy, PhD discusses how to re-evaluate your relationship with nature, to reclaim your ethical agency and to choose more intentionally how we will live.
Sam interviews Hayley Clarke, managing director of sustainable brand Onya – talking plastic pollution and living sustainably.
Rob Greenfield built this tiny house along with friends for under $1,500, with nearly 100% secondhand and repurposed materials and while creating near zero waste – just 30 pounds of trash! This setup allows him to live simply so that he can dedicate his time to the service of others and the Earth. It also serves as a demonstration site for those who desire to live simply and sustainably.
A powerful audio meditation, connecting you more deeply to nature, led by Martin Palethorpe.
Chair: Ian Hambleton is joined by speakers: Mark Jankovich from Delphis Eco, Amy Charuy-Hughes from Greener with Amy, Louisa Ziane from Toast Ale and Tom Morphew from Full Circle Sussex Farm
Paschalis Loucaides, of Too Good to Go, presents a talk about the problem of food waste and provides some tips and tricks that everyone can do at home.
Amelia Gammon talks through her journey to living eco-consciously, as well as recounting the story of how and why she founded her eco-company, bide.
By Sara Simmonds Impact Expert and Global Leader in Living Consciously
With the latest research by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (2018) showing that the fashion industry emits more carbon than all international flights, Earth Minutes investigates the who, what, where and why about our clothes. Through exclusive interviews with leading slow fashion brands in the South West, Finisterre and Sanchos, it is proven that fashion does not have to cost the Earth.
A really simple way to make your own oat milk at home.
Georgia Wyatt-Lovell FRSA and the team from Wyatt and Jack show you how they turn broken and retired inflatables into upcycled bags and accessories.
In this animated video by Kurzgesagt, we see how it seems like humans have turned the whole world into plastic.
Watch an interview between First Mile and Delphis Eco Limited on Earth Day where they give their tips and thoughts on what and how you can recycle your goods.
Christian introduces Paw Print, an app that helps you measure and understand your carbon footprint.
Today we are talking about one of my favourite foods – BREAD! I’ve got a super simple gluten-free and yeast-free batter that creates three delicious recipes for you to make and enjoy at home.
Amy Charuy-Hughes explores fast fashion and its impacts on the environment – and offers tips for how you can help to slow fashion down.
Grace Beverley, founder of sustainable style brand TALA, sends her support to It’s Time virtual festival and talks briefly about sustainable fashion.
Rose Scanlan-Jones chairs this panel, joined by speakers: Safia Minney MBE (People Tree/REAL Sustainability0, Basma Khalifa (Filmmaker and Fashion Stylist), Eva Karlsson (Houdini Sportswear), Amy Charuy-Hughes (Greener With Amy, co-author of Your Planet Needs You) and Sara Simmonds Holdings Ltd.
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.