In November, I was thrilled to be asked to host two presentations for the It's Time Festival, organised by Ecologi. The festival aimed to increase awareness of the climate crisis by hosting an event that brought together a wide range of people fighting for our planet. With every person who attended the virtual festival, Ecologi pledged to plant a tree - a grand total of 8,989 trees were planted! You can see my talks below.
This year, the British government was supposed to host COP26, the United Nations’ climate change conference, in Glasgow, Scotland. But it was put back a year because of the global pandemic. COP26 has been postponed, but the climate crisis has not. In 2020, the world has continued to burn and this year is set to be the hottest on record. Ecologi decided to host “It’s Time”, an online Festival of Climate Action, which was open to all free of charge. The festival featured presentations by environmentalists, TV personalities, scientists, entrepreneurs, politicians and performers who share a belief in the urgency of the climate crisis.
Exploring the effects of Climate Change on wildlife in the Arctic
Breaking into Conservation - Q&A