Changing the System: Brian Eno and James Thornton in conversation – part of Manchester Science Festival 2021

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15 February 2021 Entrance is free — Visit now

Join dedicated climate campaigner Brian Eno to discover how we can use the power of the law to fight against climate change, protect the environment and build a future in which people and the planet thrive together.

In this online event, Brian Eno will be in conversation with ClientEarth’s CEO and founder James Thornton, discussing their predictions for the future and ideas for what we can all do to play our part in turning the tide on the climate crisis.

Innovative musician, record producer and visual artist Brian Eno is also a renowned climate campaigner and Trustee of ClientEarth, a London-based environmental organisation that uses pioneering legal activism to bring about systemic change that protects life on Earth. In this online event, Brian Eno will be in conversation with ClientEarth’s CEO and founder James Thornton, discussing their predictions for the future and ideas for what we can all do to play our part in turning the tide on the climate crisis.

ClientEarth’s team of over 200 lawyers, scientists and policy experts in over 50 countries around the world have used their environmental expertise to achieve powerful change, from winning court cases over illegal air pollution, to writing laws to ensure that there will still be fish in the sea in the future. This is a chance to hear more about the landmark changes in law and policy which have been made possible by their work since the organisation was founded in 2007.

Part of Manchester Science Festival 2021.

 

15 February 2021 Entrance is free Visit now

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