Visions for a Greener Future

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This panel presentation and discussionĀ on visions for a kinder, greener future is being offered as part of the Chelsea Fringe 2018 programme, funded by Battersea Power Station.

Panellists will discuss the roles that individuals and organisations can play in creating the London they want to live in. Be inspired about potential ways you can get involved and active.

Pam Warhurst CBE – Community leader, activist and environment worker best known for founding the Incredible Edible movement

Ben Smith – Director of Energy, Cities and Climate Change at Arup, Trustee of London National Park City

Julian Tollast – Architect, with a background in Masterplanning and Design whilst also being the “Architect on the Clapham Omnibusā€, Trustee of London National Park City

The panel will be chaired by Sue Sheehan, Chair of Incredible Edible Lambeth.

This is a free event. Booking is not necessary but it is helpful to know numbers. Book here

 

Details

Mon May 21, 2018

The Village Hall, Battersea Power Station
6.30pm Doors open, 7pm Panel starts, 9pm Close

Free

Arches Lane, London, SW11 8AB

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