Tom Heap | 39 Ways to Save the Planet – Online

Fri 27 May - Sun 5 Jun 2022

Tom Heap
39 Ways to Save the Planet, Tom Heap
India Bourke
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Earth Day

This event was recorded at our Spring Festival in April

Real world solutions to climate change and the people that make them happen 

What can we really do to save the planet? Mark Earth Day 2022 by joining Tom Heap, the creator and presenter of BBC Radio 4’s flagship climate change podcast, as he presents his optimistic new climate book, 39 Ways to Save the Planet. Highlighting the ingenuity and resourcefulness of humanity, Tom reminds us that we’ve already devised many ways to reduce climate change across energy, nature, farming, society, transport, waste and industry. Come and hear Tom explain these real-life solutions.

In conversation with the New Statesman’s Environment Correspondent, India Bourke

 

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39 Ways to Save the Planet, Tom Heap

39 Ways to Save the Planet by Tom Heap

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Author biography 

Tom Heap is the creator and presenter of BBC Radio 4’s flagship climate change podcast 39 Ways to Save the Planet. He is also a regular presenter on BBC One’s ‘Countryfile’, and has made many BBC Panorama documentaries on food, energy and the environment. Tom also hosts BBC Radio 4’s regular environment series ‘Costing the Earth‘. 

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India Bourke is the New Statesman‘s Environment Correspondent. She has covered everything from climate news and analysis to book reviews and features on the state of the natural world. She has also represented the New Statesman on panels at Labour Party Conference and the Young Fabians, and has reported from the 2017 international climate conference in Bonn.