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,…
Blue Earth Summit’s final programme for Oct 11-13th is HERE
These are momentous times and the show must go on. King Charles III is a fervent supporter of our movement, clear in his actions around Cornish business, leading organic production…
Microbes, mangroves and environmental monitoring
Laconic Infrastructure Partners is an American Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) company that is developing large scale organic regenerative eco-culture projects alongside the company’s proprietary environmental sensing platform, SADAR. At Blue…
Blue Earth ambassador Dan Macaulay discusses authenticity and industry collaboration on our podcast
We have a very strong ambassador line-up from across disciplines and they are truly representative of our values and ambitions for the summit. One of the key areas of the…
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…
MD of Iceland Foods and year 2 speaker Richard Walker joins us on the podcast to discuss the big business conundrum
Given the choice, most of us would opt for a relatively easy life pathway and if your family business was not involved in servicing the needs of the many, then…
Our second speaker featured on the podcast is Poppy Stowell-Evans, internationalist and chair of Youth Climate Ambassadors for Wales
At a time when studying for A Levels might be considered the most important moment in your education journey, Poppy is also in the middle of building a serious and…
Business change leader and keynote speaker Mike Barry drops in on Blue Earth’s podcast
Everybody’s greatest personal strength is their personal greatest weakness. So my greatest strength is hopeless optimism. I do believe that I’ve got a responsibility, not least because of the relative…