Rupert will be appearing at the following events (if you would like to enquire about booking him to appear at your event, please click here).



March 19th:

Bring coffee and crumpets along to this breakfast webinar from 8:15-9:45 am GMT on Tuesday, March 19, 2024. Click here to reserve a spot.

“We have to reclaim climate as a democratic issue if we are to win the battle for a liveable planet.”

– forward by Lord Deben

During this book launch, expect to find out more about our theory and practice of this vital initiative. The Climate Majority Project anthology features guest chapters from organisers of citizen climate action in the UK; which is exemplified both in our campaigns and the people on the ground who are already creating the conditions for a serious, urgent majority response to the climate and nature crisis.

When people know we are in deep trouble, and realise that the majority of citizens know we are in trouble, we have a recipe for deep social change.

In dismay at the inaction of governments on climate, emerging citizen groups are showing how people can drive change. In the workplace, in politics, in business and local communities, people are stepping forward both to demand transformation and make it happen.

Edited by Rupert Read, Liam Kavanagh and Rosie Bell, with a foreword by Lord Deben (former chair of the UK’s Climate Change Committee) and contributions from Helena Farstad, Chamkaur Ghag, Anthea Lawson, Marc Lopatin, Joel Scott-Halkes, Jessica Townsend, Joolz Thompson, Ben McCallen, Bel Jacobs, Carolyn Dare, Anna Hyde and Ruth Allen.


May 8th:

Rupert will give the Ebor Lecture, ‘EARTH-HOPE: How through the coming climate chaos we will come to find common cause in a spiritual orientation to our planetary home’, at York St John University from 5pm.

Free hybrid lecture with drinks reception hosted by the Centre for Religion in Society. Book your ticket here.


June 9th:

Full details to follow.