This autumn take part in a WaterBlitz near you! Alongside our regular Thames WaterBlitz, delivered in partnership with Thames Water, we have partnered with Royal Bank of Canada to help research institutions in Dublin, Luxembourg, and Paris to run events in each city from the 20th - 23rd of September. By doing this, we will be able to directly compare water quality data collected at the same time across Europe.
We really enjoyed meeting the environmentalists, presenters and natural history filmmakers of the future at this special Wildscreen Festival event.
The 'environmental shorts' created by the talented finalists of the Young Earthwatcher Film Competition were all brilliant. Our diverse panel of professionals were on hand to discuss the films and select a winner.
Food for thought: can veganism save the planet?
With an estimated 9 billion mouths to feed globally by 2050, which farming system can meet the long-term food needs of society, whilst also protecting the environment? Is veganism the way to save our planet or just an unobtainable panacea?
We invite you to join our speakers for this Earthwatch Debate.
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 including 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.
If you weren't able to get tickets, don't worry! You can still watch the video here.
Friday 23rd March 2018
All creatures great and small are facing unprecedented pressure from human-made threats to our natural world and our hilarious hopefuls will be reminded us why we must do everything we can to save all species.
Hear highlights from Simon Watt, Rachel Wheeley, Matthew Highton, Helen Duff, Ben Pope and Duncan Wisbey.
Images: iStock/scyther5; Daisy Dai