About this event
Can you reimagine a future where we put nature at the heart of our decisions?
The way we live is driving wildlife populations to extinction, causing the climate to collapse, and destroying precious habitats.
Just Imagine is a unique opportunity to platform the hope of a reimagined future from our creative communities. Together, we can kick-start the conversation about the solutions to this crisis, through discussion on art, community engagement, and our journey to COP26!
WWF-UK are hosting the Just Imagine virtual launch event on Thursday 29th April 2021 at 6pm to make space for this UK-wide conversation and to celebrate the opening of our virtual exhibition. We will be joined by a vibrant panel of speakers, with diverse experiences in the art, cultural, and environmental sectors. Join us, alongside other community voices from across the UK for a unique opportunity to engage with our panel, and raise your questions and concerns around climate.
Let’s seize this year’s key political opportunities to influence our government on climate change and ensure they commit to protecting nature and our planet. Find out more about Just Imagine through our website: https://attenboroughfilm.com/creative-arts/.
Kat has led a global programme of advocacy activity with the Youth for Our Planet movement, and created a programme of schools and youth engagement around the BAFTA-nominated film David Attenborough: A Life on Our Planet.
Award-winning graphic designer, the host of the Design For The People podcast, and the curator of this year’s #BlackOutdoorArtProject with Brotherhood Media.
Best known as the Honorary President of Black Environment Network (BEN). For 27 years she was the UK Director of BEN, with an international reputation as the pioneer and creator of the field of multi-cultural participation in the built and natural environment.
Liz specialises in youth engagement at PHM. Through a project called Think Globally, Act Locally Liz has worked with 18 young people to look at the impact of climate change on biodiversity and talk honestly about personal experiences of climate grief.
Award-winning Anthropological Future Designer, Associate Lecturer at Kingston School of Art and UAL, and the founder of ‘Make Your Own Masters’ – an alternative post-graduate learning programme, that addresses the lack of access and diversity within both the creative industry and education.
A former rocket scientist and British Beekeeping Association member, Rosalind has over 20 years of public engagement experience in science and conservation. She is passionate about providing ways for people's voices to make the case for change, guided by evidence about what change is needed.
WWF is the world’s leading independent conservation organisation. We’re determined to ensure that people and nature can thrive together, for generations to come.
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