I will be appearing at the following events in 2023:


March 23rd:

March 24th:

As part of Stowmarket Eco Future Group’s Climate Month my short, Out of the Ashes, will be shown at the John Peel Centre on March 24th at 7pm before I give the talk, ’Nearly all to play for: building a successful mass moderate flank together’.  This will be followed by a Q & A session. For ticket details, please click here. For more details about the Climate Month, click here.

March 30th:

Climate Breakdown: Habit, Fear, & Progress. Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford.

As part of the Oxford Literary Festival, I’ll be joining businesswoman Juliet Davenport, economist Simon Sharpe and science journalist Gaia Vince from 2pm to ask what’s preventing us from acting on climate change and debate the practical steps businesses should take to counter it. Book your tickets here.

March 30th:

I’ll be giving the talk Wittgenstein, Co-Freedom and the Politics of Ecology. From 6pm at Kairos, The Book Room at Essex Hall, 1-6 Essex Street, WC2R 3HY. Buy your tickets here.


April 25th:

I’ll be giving a pitch at this event, which is to raise funds for the Green Party Eastern Region. For ticket info, please click here.

April 29th:

Turning Climate Concern into Serious Action: Q&A followed by a talk, starting at 2pm. Vine Gardens Sevenoaks, The Vine, Sevenoaks, TN13 3UH.

As part of The Climate Fair, which brings together businesses, community groups and charities who want to empower Sevenoaks to reach net zero, I’ll be talking about how we will turn wide concern over our planetary emergency into deep concern and serious action.

Tickets to my talk are free but limited. To reserve your spot at this event please click here.


May 18th:

Introducing the Climate Majority Project: ARU Peterborough University House Bishop’s Road Peterborough PE1 5BW. From 6pm.

I’ve been invited to give this talk by Extinction Rebellion Peterborough, Stamford and Bourne. Our work for serious climate action is supported by four pillars — none can be neglected or our structure falls.

1. Truthfulness: Truthful, skillful messaging about climate and ecology motivates serious action.

2. Resilient Culture: Building the capacity to “handle the truth”, and respond, together.

3. Pragmatic Action: Systemic change wherever possible, building agency

4. Shared Understanding & Strategy: Promote the collective identity and vision of the emerging movement.

To find out more and to reseserve a free ticket, please click here.