GreenTalk – tickets now on sale
Tickets for GreenTalk 2011, which takes place on Tuesday 14th June, go on sale today and are available here.
GreenTalk is bringing together the leading thinkers and doers from Bristol, the South West and the UK on climate change, energy security and the natural world, to talk about the challenges, solutions and responses to these issues.
The programme includes:
Dan Weisselberg – Bristol Green Doors, ‘Can a neighbour really inspire me to green my home?’
Hannah Smith – Climate Outreach and Information Network, ‘Do ‘Climate Refugees’ exist? Dispelling some key myths around climate change and migration’.
Adrian Campbell – Low2No, ‘Sustainability: reality bites’.
Dr Tim Chatterton – UWE, Bristol, ‘Changing behaviour: changing society’.
Alice Ferguson and Amy Rose – Playing Out ‘Reclaiming Streets for play’.
Arthur Potts Dawson – The Peoples’ Supermarket
John Gapper - Brighton and Hove, District Council
The event will be filmed and talks will be available on-line (following the event).
Tickets: £7, and £5 (concessions) available from here
Venue: Arnolfini, 16 Narrow Quay, Bristol, BS1 4QA. Click here for a map
Date & Time: 14th June, 6.30pm-8.45pm – please be seated by 6.20pm.
Click here for further information.