Join us for the launch of our new Fellows' Sustainability Network
Founded at the time of the first industrial revolution, the RSA has a long history of social and sustainable innovation.
From awards for reducing smoke emissions and the planting of millions of trees in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, to lectures addressing waste disposal and public responsibility in the 1960s and 70s, and the success of the WEEE man and the Great Recovery project in the last ten years – the RSA’s staff and Fellows have been at the forefront of public debate and action in the field of environmental sustainability for more than 250 years.
In 2016, as we enter the age of the next Industrial Revolution, we are invoking this remarkable record to bring together those Fellows whose own work engages them in the pursuit of a more sustainable global future – whether that be through industry, academia, entrepreneurship or policy – to learn from and inspire each other, and to galvanise action.
On 29 March we welcome all RSA Fellows and their friends and associates with an interest or expertise in sustainability and the circular economy to join us for an informal evening at Fab Lab London. There will be a short presentation reflecting on the last four years of the Great Recovery project, the opportunity to introduce your own sustainability work to other Fellows, and lots of opportunities for networking.
We envisage that this will be the first of many network events, held on a quarterly or six-monthly basis, and we welcome offers of assistance from other Fellows who might be able to help coordinate the network.
To register for this event, follow the 'Book Now' link at the top of this page.
Do you want to pitch your work to the group...
If you would like to present a three-minute pitch to the group of your own work in sustainability, please let us know in advance by emailing Mark Hall: email@example.com.
Location: Fab Lab, 1 Frederick's Place, London, EC2R 8AE
Can't make this event?
See all other upcoming events in the London region