More than half of the U.K.’s 408 principal local authorities have now declared a climate emergency, making it one of the fastest growing environmental movements in recent history, and the first country in the world to reach this landmark. What can we do to further this cause?
Philip Ward FRSA
Sustainability Network Lead
The RSA sustainability network is inspiring because it enables people from diverse professional backgrounds to find creative solutions to address some of the most pressing problems faced by us and future generations.
blogs & events
Meet the Network Lead Phillip Ward FRSA, and learn more about his vision for the network as a supportive community in 2019 and beyond.
6th November 2019
Tally Ho Conference Centre, Birmingham
Climate Change is the defining issue of our time and we are at a defining moment. Join to explore these local and global challenges in a special event held in collaboration with Climate Change Solutions and the RSA Sustainabil ...
In the UK, Government forecasters expect the population to increase to almost 80 million by 2051, as a result of rising birth rate and longer living. So 15 to 25+ million people in addition to those already affected by the housing shortage will have to be accommodated somewhere. It is essential to plan on a long timescale and to look 35 to 65 years ahead.
video & audio
13th November 2019
The Sustainable Development Goals Network invites RSA Fellows to their next MeetUp on Wednesday 13 November in the Paddington Development Trust facilities, co-organsied by Carolina Karlstrom FRSA.
30th October 2019
An article by: Hannah McCollum
Hannah McCollum FRSA, who pitched her project ChicP at RSA Engage: Creating a Sustainable Future in London earlier this year, tells us more about it and calls on the Fellowship to help further her cause.
31st October 2019
The Great Room, RSA House
Emma Howard Boyd, Chair of the Environment Agency calls for collective action to protect the environment and build climate resilience.