Due to the current global pandemic I will not be doing public events for the forseeable future. However, I will be doing some livestreamed events online, which I will be putting here.
Feb 8th. Join me, Roman Krznaric, author of The Good Ancestor, Bel Jacobs, former fashion editor turned climate activist and Rowan Ryrie, environmental rights lawyer and Parents for Future founder member, to discuss the power of the parent movement and launch my latest book, Parents for a Future - How loving our children can prevent climate collapse. 7.30pm for a 7.45pm start. Click here to register.
Feb 9th. Bad News Is Good News? The first of the UEA Philosophy online Public Lecture Series featuring Amitav Ghosh, author of The Great Derangement, in conversation with me. 6.15pm start. Click here to register.
Feb 23rd. In the second of the UEA Philosophy online Public Lecture Series, Richard Horton, editor of the Lancet, discusses Silver Linings From the National Scandal of Covid-19. 6.15pm start. Click here to register.
March 9th. The third online Philosophy Public Lecture is by UEA's Sophie Scott-Brown and is entitled, Making the Most of Our Flawed Education System, At a Time of Global Crisis. 6.15pm start. Click here to book.
March 23rd. As part of the UEA Philosophy Public Lecture Series 2021: Bad News is Good News? The Upside of Down, I will be taking part in an online round table with colleagues Nick Brooks and Joanne Clarke where we will discuss, Can We Adapt Transformatively To Climate Decline? 6pm for a 6.15pm start. Please click here for details and to book your free ticket.
May 15th-19th. 'Contemplative activism: coming from the heart in this ecospiritual moment.' Short course investigating deeply the spiritual orientation(s) that best suits the country’s growing truth-telling, Non-Violent Direct Action (NVDA) movements - movements that are almost certainly our last chance at averting or softening societal collapse. Schumacher College. For more details and how to book, please click here. Booking deadline: April 3rd, 2021.