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Our events are an opportunity to learn about the environmental issues that matter most to the future of the planet, and how you can play a role in tackling them.

How can we save the planet by 2030?

Friday 11th May 2018
Royal Geographical Society, London

We're facing the most rapid mass extinction in millions of years, plunging water health and an inability to feed our booming population, despite growing enough food.

We need to take action now to save our planet. We invite you to join our debate with special guest speakers George Monbiot, Tony Juniper CBE, Natalie Fee and Simon King OBE on feeding the planet, protecting our fresh water, saving our oceans and addressing wildlife declines - and the potential repercussions of failing to meet the key Sustainable Development biosphere Goals.

6.30pm start, doors from 5.30pm. Suggested donation £5 per booking. One guest speaker to be announced soon.

Thames Valley WaterBlitz

If you live anywhere in the Thames Valley, you could take part in our sixth free WaterBlitz on Monday 23rd April.

Order your free kit and join hundreds of people across the Thames Valley, all collecting as many water quality samples as possible that day.

Our WaterBlitzes complement regular water monitoring undertaken by the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology as part of a long-term monitoring programme of the Thames and its tributaries. So far, WaterBlitzers have collected nearly 1,200 measurements, providing a snapshot of water quality in ponds, rivers and streams, and helping identify potential pollution sources.

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