Talks & Classes

Upcoming Talks

I’ve got a few talks coming up over this Spring & Summer:

  • 4.00pm Saturday 8th July: Seed Festival, Hawkwood, Stroud. Brief zoom through of ‘How to create a better world – fundamental principles’ plus panel discussion
  • 7.30 Weds 12th July 2017: De Koffie Pot, The Left Bank, Hereford:  Can we Feed 9 billion people sustainably?
  • 11.00 am, Sunday 16th July 2017, Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, London: ‘How to create a better world – fundamental principles’
  old video of me talking about my work and upcoming classes

Online Talks

I’m now giving talks to schools, collages and community groups via Skype to a global audience via the Globoedu platform. Click here for more information.

Previous Talks

7.30 Weds 7th June 2017: Methodist Church, Cartway, Bridgnorth, Shropshire: ‘Trump, the Carbon Bubble & possibilities of a better future’

7.30 Weds 10th May 2017:   De Koffie Pot, The Left Bank, Hereford:  Sustainable Transport, Local & Global?

Wednesday 8th March 2017 De Koffee Pot, Left Bank, Hereford,  ‘Trump, the Carbon Bubble & possibilities of a better future’.

Monday 12th September 2016,   7.30 pm.  Three Tuns Pub, Bishop’s Castle.  The Smart Future: Renewable Energy, Globally & Locally. Organised by Bishop’s Castle & Clun Climate Change Coalition.

Saturday 15th October 2016, 2.00pm CPRE AGM. Weobley Village Hall. “Post-Brexit – what future for Herefordshire?’


I give one-off talks on sustainability issues, to many diverse groups and organisations. If you’d like me to do a talk and slide show do get in contact via the e-mail on the contacts page.

Evening Classes

 Global Problems : Global Solutions

This is a series of 8 evening classes that I have run over the last five years, at most of the market towns of Herefordshire, as well as in Hereford city. A very solution focused romp through many of the worlds great problems from climate change to hunger and poverty.

Ledbury: Radical Possibilities for a Better Future

This was an experimental evening class aimed at exploring local people’s hopes for the future. It was hosted by WEA and ran from Feb to April 2013. It was the intention to kick-start real projects and the embryonic Ledbury Solar Coop has been formed by a wonderful group of people who came together on this course.

Leominster: Radical Possibilities for a Better Future

Based on the Ledbury course, I ran the Leominster one during autumn 2013.

Sustainable Malvern was I series of 6 workshops I ran in Malvern in Spring 2016.