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Environment speakers, speakers on wildlife, conservation, our environment, and climate change.
The modern environmental movement could be said to have begun in 1962 with the publication of Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring. The book led directly to the banning of pesticides such as DDT and to the foundation of the US Environmental Protection Agency. In 1969 Friends of the Earth was founded in San Francisco in 1969. Two years later Greenpeace was created with a direct action agenda. Climate change [AGW] and plastics in the ocean are on the topical campaigning agenda of the twenty-first century but other issues have been important in the past. CFC gases created a hole in the ozone layer. The gases were phased out and damage to the ozone layer is now almost completely healed. Activists and campaigners have scored some great victories but perhaps public awareness of our environment has often been the result of the popularity of television documentaries. Controversial presenters such as Chris Packham and the late David Bellamy brought challenges to the environment into viewers’ living rooms. And of course Sir Richard Attenbrough can be thanked for the public interest in the environment through the seven absolutely extraordinary BBC series of ‘Life’ documentaries. Speakers help business to understand the future of environmental action, climate emergency, and how business can meet its new environmental responsibilities.
One of Britain's leading adventurers, Benedict Allen, is particularly known for his television programmes - occasionally made with the help of a film crew but more typically without. He paved the way for the current generation of TV adventurers. ... [more]
Michael Buerk has won more international awards than any other British journalist. He has been a constant presence on our screens since 1973 and hosts of BBC Radio 4's Moral Maze and The Choice. He lectures on international issues and environmental m... [more]
Baroness Susan Greenfield CBE is a scientist, writer, broadcaster and member of the House of Lords. She is Professor of Pharmacology at Lincoln College, Oxford University and Director of the Royal Institution. achieved a first class degree at St. Hil... [more]
Hemingway's extensive humour and no-nonsense style have impressed audiences in over 30 countries. His mission is to deliver messages that inspire and improve the daily effectiveness of each and every member of the audience, making them more product... [more]
Spanish explorer Andreu Mateu rose to international fame in 1992 when he decided to relinquish everything and travel to the most remote places on earth using every conceivable means of transportation known to man. He named his journey The Transcovery... [more]
As the last Governor of Hong Kong he oversaw the return of Hong Kong to China in 1997. In 1998, he wrote EAST AND WEST, a book on Asia and its relations with the rest of the world. His interest in both the former colony and China remains and he is wi... [more]
Dr Marcel Steward is one of the first environmental consultants and the first specialist environmental insurance broker in Europe. He is Environmental Practice Leader for three of the Four Major International Insurance Broking Houses. Marcel has an e... [more]
Former army Major Dick Strawbridge is expert at making engineering and innovation exciting. A one man A-Team, Dick has inspired audiences young and old. Dick loves speaking, especially to young groups and is synonomous with environmentaly friendly in... [more]
Adair Turner (Lord Turner) was Chairman of the Financial Services Authority, the regulatory body which oversaw the financial services industry in the UK until its abolition in March 2013. He is also Chairman of the UK Government's Climate Change Comm... [more]