Changing the system: Brian Eno and James Thornton in conversation
Join Brian Eno, a dedicated climate campaigner and Trustee of ClientEarth as well as a renowned musician, record producer and visual artist, as he talks to ClientEarth’s CEO and founder, James Thornton about their pioneering work to bring about systemic change that protects life on Earth.
From winning court cases over illegal air pollution, to writing laws to ensure that there will be fish in the sea for years to come, this is a chance to learn how powerful change can be achieved and what we can all do to play our part.
•Brian Eno: Musician, producer, visual artist, activist, and trustee of ClientEarth.
•James Thornton: CEO and founder of ClientEarth, named by the New statesman as one of 10 people who could change the world.
This event is part of the Science Museum Group's series of Climate Talks and is produced by the Science and Industry Museum as part of Manchester Science Festival.
Time: 19.30 – 20.45
Price: Free, booking essential
Age: Recommended for ages 14 and over
Mon 15 Feb 2021