With lockdown 2.0 in full swing, we will all be turning to our screens for entertainment and inspiration throughout November. You may simply be fancying a break from your Netflix binge, or looking to use the lockdown as an opportunity to acquire some new sustainability knowledge – whatever your agenda, we’ve got you covered with our roundup of online sustainability events happening throughout November.
London Climate Action Week
14th-20th November 2020
London Climate Action Week is an annual event bringing together leading climate professionals and climate creatives, with the common goal of working together to develop climate change solutions. This year the event is going digital via a series of webinars. London Climate Action Week is aiming to recognise the diversity of heritages, connections and experiences embodied by Londoners. So, you will have access to a huge variety of culturally rich events, from art-oriented displays to science solution webinars. You can browse and sign up to events via the London Climate Action Week Website.
Fashion Roundtable x All-Party Parliamentary Group for Textiles and Fashion, Fashion Technology Event
19th November 2020
Fashion Roundtable support a diversity of voices throughout fashion supply chains, striving for fair, sustainable policy in the fashion industry and recognition of its significant contribution to the UK economy. During this webinar you will be hearing from change-makers in the fashion industry about how the future of fashion will be shaped by technology. Amidst a new era where everything is going digital, this event isn’t one to be missed! RSVP via the All-Party Parliamentary Group website.
It’s Time – A Festival of Climate Action hosted by Ecologi
17th-18th November 2020
It’s Time is bringing together a diverse array of speakers, each brimming with innovative thoughts and ideas, united by a passion for the environment. Festival-goers can tune in to digital panel discussions, art exhibits, live performances and more. There will be something for everybody; a sustainable living stage, an arts and community stage, an innovation stage and even a virtual kids tent. We love that It’s Time provides a platform for everyone – including young activists, sustainability entrepreneurs, creatives and CEOs. Inclusivity at its best! You can register interest and receive a free ticket to the festival via their website.
Politics vs Fashion, A Debate on Sustainability hosted by Lone Design Club x The National Liberal Club
24th November 2020
Politics v Fashion is a live debate that will consider the role of politics in pursuing and ensuring a sustainable future for fashion. The event will involve designers and politicians discussing where the onus for sustainable fashion lies, and how progress can be achieved. This event is suitable for any fashion-lover wanting to learn more about a sustainable future for the industry, and might be especially insightful for those pursuing a sustainable business venture.