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Paul Rainger, curator of Bristol's BIG Green Week (9-17 June) describes the motivation for the festival, which is celebrating the great ideas that are slowly transforming the world we live in to a more sustainable place.
The UK’s first ever festival of environmental ideas, art and culture is set to take place in Bristol from 9-17th June, bringing green ideas to life through seminars, lectures, debates, art, poetry, celebration and more.
Cambridge University's 10th Annual Lecture Series in Sustainable Development will feature experts from leading universities, government bodies, multi-national corporations and international organisations.
20 October, London: Alex Steffen, editor of the best selling book Worldchanging and leading futurist, will give an evening lecture around positive 21st century perspectives, followed by a thought-provoking chat with Ellen MacArthur.
11 August 2011, London: In a talk at the 10:10 HQ, Owen Richards, Sustainable Operations Manager for the FCO, will explain how British Embassies around the world have produced some of the best 10:10 results to date.
27 January to 10 March 2011, Oxford: Lecture series addressing Professor Beddington's "Perfect Storm" concept, that the world risks multiple interacting environmental and natural resource challenges by 2030.
11 January 2011, London: In this evening lecture, Professor Peter Lillford of York University will discuss issues influencing food security, with special reference to the technologies necessary to ameliorate potential food crises.