In a bid to generate a new dialogue that sparks enduring change, the RSA is embarking on a series of climate change events with a difference.
For the second event in the brand-new series, the RSA adopted a ‘Question Time’ format, gathering expert representatives in each of what we feel are the seven main dimensions of the climate problem: science, behaviour, democracy, law, technology, economy and culture.
Rosemary Randall, founder of Carbon Conversations and co author of ‘In Time For Tomorrow?’ spoke at the event in February.
Other panellists included: economist Lord Nicholas Stern; climate scientist, UCL, Chris Rapley CBE; Green Party member of the London Assembly, Baroness Jenny Jones; Co-founder, Futerra, Solitaire Townsend and green-energy entrepreneur and founder of Solarcentury, Jeremy Leggett.
The event was recorded and you can watch it on the RSA website.
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Pamela has been working to promote sustainable society actively since returning to a cherished ambition after a long career in the commercial world in 2007. She now works with community, public sector, and commercial organisations to help bring about change using values based methods.
A successful and experienced leader of projects, programmes, and departments, skilled in building relationships to create groups from disparate partners to deliver solutions and effect change. After receiving a Social Innovation Award from the Melting Pot in Edinburgh, and supported by the Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation, set up The Surefoot Effect, CIC, to provide a hub for practitioners working with values-based change. Current work through Surefoot includes design and facilitation of workshops and action learning programmes, coaching and mentoring, and training of facilitators.
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