RSA Event / Online
19 Dec 2022
RSA House and Online via YouTube
For our final event of the year, join us for a festive treat! Live in person from the Great Room, multi-award-winning author Robert Macfarlane and acclaimed theatre-maker Simon McBurney explore the power and purpose of storytelling when dark times draw near.
RSA Event / Video / Online
12 Oct 2022
RSA House and online via YouTube
Across two centuries, the Huxley family reshaped how we think about evolution, ecology and social progress. Leading historian of science Alison Bashford explores their impact on the intellectual culture of their times, and the big debates of today.
06 Oct 2022
Online via YouTube
Climate-related pressures may bring about an era of mass migration unlike anything seen before. Science journalist Gaia Vince sets out a manifesto for this transition, exploring likely futures and the solutions that can help us build a better, greener and fairer future.
RSA Event / Video
29 Sep 2022
Astronomer Royal Martin Rees argues that if we are to solve the multiple crises we now face, we need long-term, rational, global thinking, guided by values science alone cannot provide.
29 Jun 2022
How can design help us to build a better future? Alice Rawsthorn, award-winning design critic, author and co-founder of Design Emergency, delivers the 2022 RSA Student Design Awards keynote address.
26 May 2022
Environmentalist George Monbiot explores how cutting-edge innovation inspired by new discoveries about the natural world can secure a radical new future for food and humanity.
14 Apr 2022
Expert in the politics of meat, Rob Percival weaves together stories from our past and present to consider how our relationship with animals aligns with the place of meat in our diet and what impact this has on people and planet.
27 Jan 2022
Architect Michael Pawlyn and urbanist Sarah Ichioka join forces to present a set of visionary design principles for a built environment that is more than just sustainable.
07 Dec 2021
Online via Zoom
2021 Bicentenary Medallist Dr Daniel Christian Wahl explores the role of design as a catalyst for the transition towards a future of diverse regenerative cultures everywhere.
16 Nov 2021
How can our urban spaces serve us better? A panel including health policy expert Layla McCay explores how cities can be designed and run to nurture mental wellbeing and enable flourishing lives.
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