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Daniel Coyle, New York Times bestselling author of The Talent Code, reveals the team-building skills behind some of the most effective organisations in the world.
Alex Evans visited the RSA to contend that in this time of global crisis and transition – mass migration, inequality, resource scarcity and climate change – it is only by finding new myths that we will navigate our way to a better future.
Matthew Taylor speaks with Neil Young about his stance on music, authenticity, innovation, democracy and the environment and how they braid together in his work over the decades.
In the lead-up to ‘last chance’ negotiations at COP21, renowned naturalist Sir David Attenborough and explorer and conservationist Tim Flannery put their heads together on this era-defining issue.
The country's most talented writers and poets gather to perform unique, exclusive pieces inspired by the greatest global challenge of our time - climate change. This edit features Alice Oswald
The country's most talented writers and poets gather to perform unique, exclusive pieces inspired by the greatest global challenge of our time - climate change. This edit features George the Poet
A lively assembly of some of the country’s freshest, most dynamic young voices in this - the third event in the RSA’s new series of climate change events with a difference.
Award-winning science writer Christian Schwägerl and leading environmentalist Tony Juniper debate the scientific movement that claims we are in a new geological era marked by human impact on nature - the Anthropocene.
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