Blue Earth Summit

Talking Ocean Barriers and Brand Values with Finisterre Founder, Tom Kay
'Finisterre: Southwesterly 7 or gale 8, severe gale 9 later. Squally showers. Moderate, occasionally poor. Sea state rough increasing very rough…' Born in 2003 and named after one of the…
Gail Bradbrook – “The human body is ingesting a credit card size amount of plastic every two weeks”
Dr Gail Bradbrook has been researching, planning, and training for mass civil disobedience since 2010. She is a co-founder of the social movement, Extinction Rebellion (XR), which has spread internationally since…
Tim Smit – “Citizenship, Consumerism and Visions of the Future”
We're delighted to introduce Sir Tim Smit as the latest guest on our Blue Earth Summit podcast series. Having welcomed Tim for a key note speech at last year's event,…
As we explore our Blue Thread theme, our next speaker on the podcast is Maxwell Ayamba
Maxwell Ayamba is a well-read student of many things, whilst his particular academic focus is around the trajectories of race, ecology and environmental justice in the UK as a PHD…
We kick off 2022 plans with a launch party in Bristol, a new podcast series, the first confirmed speakers and partners for the three day, purpose-led business festival in October
We are hugely proud to announce the dates for the second summit from 11th - 13th October in Bristol. Delivering an agenda-setting content programme focused on ACTION as the main…
Your Weekly Sound Waves – How Clean is Our Air?
Ashok Sinha, of the London Cycling Campaign, is calling for a societal transition of historic proportions, by using people-power to shift politics and persuade the decision makers to take action.…