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14 Sep 2023
Online via Zoom
Two of our best-loved storytellers explore how books change lives - and why young people’s right to nature and creativity needs defending now, more than ever.
Public talks / Video / Online
26 Jun 2023
RSA House and online via YouTube
Launching a new report from the London Sustainable Development Commission, Malini Mehra FRSA and an expert panel ask: how can we make the capital’s journey to net-zero truly equitable?
27 Apr 2023
Alan Jope, outgoing CEO of Unilever, discusses the need for a system shift in business practice to unlock potential and support a regenerative economy.
23 Apr 2020
David Wallace-Wells shows how the carbon we’ve released into the atmosphere in the last 25 years has taken us to the brink of climate catastrophe. The fate of humanity is in our hands, and the time to act is now.
29 Sep 2015
What will it take to make us act on climate change? BRIT-nominated wordsmith ‘George the Poet’ issues a compelling call to action in this powerful new poem. Words brought to life via the stunning imagery of illustrator Katie Halil (AKA @WhatKatieDrew)
25 Mar 2014
Our politicians are hung up on keeping the growth curve rising. But does GDP really tell us all we need to know about a country's wealth and well-being? In this new RSA Short, Kate Raworth makes a powerful argument to look beyond economic growth alone for a true measure of prosperity and progress.
08 Feb 2012
This film was the winner of the RSA / Nominet Trust Film Competition Award 2012. It was from this competition that the RSA Shorts series was born.
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