Saturday 25th Sept | 10am - 5pm BST and On-demand
Global warming is the greatest existential challenge of our age, requiring massive societal changes to mitigate and adapt to it. Time is fast running out to do that. Hear what we must do to create a sustainable future and about the science and technology enabling it to happen. New Scientist’s Creating a Sustainable Future event is for everyone who cares about the planet and humanity’s future. Join us online for a day of inspiring talks and discussion with scientists and thinkers at the forefront of research.
Three stages of incredible talks, discussion and debate
Find out how to tackle sources of emissions from transport, buildings, energy production and farming on the Path to Net Zero stage. Discover inspiring ways to restore the environment and how you can lead your greenest life on the People and Planet stage. Many sessions will feature audience questions, giving you the opportunity to take part and shape the conversation.
Just some of the topics that will be covered at this event:
- What will a sustainable future look like?
- Habitat restoration
- How to reach net zero
- The hydrogen economy
- Carbon capture
- Sustainable diets
- Green homes
- The future of farming
EIT Food is sponsoring the 'People and Planet' stage at this event.
Join EIT Food's virtual room!
We will be broadcasting from the sponsors area at 10am-5pm. Explore the role that food production and food consumption has in delivering a sustainable future for all! We will be covering topics such as sustainable agriculture, alternative proteins, food waste and sustainable aquaculture.
We look forward to seeing you at the event!
Book your free ticket
EIT Food has 50 complimentary tickets to this event. To claim your free ticket click here and enter the code: EITCASFFR21 at checkout.
Please contact Vivien Bodereau, Education Programme Manager at EIT Food or Laura Elphick, Communications and Engagement Officer at EIT Food, for queries associated with this event.