From 19th to 25th October 2020, the world is celebrating Global Climate Week, an opportunity to raise even more awareness on climate change and how we can help the environment! 

The current pandemic has helped many become aware of how our modern lifestyle is harmful for all beings, including ourselves, and we thought this was a good time to have virtual events and reach a wider audience. 

People and Planet at the University of Bath is happy to announce we will be offering students and local residents a week of talks from inspiring international speakers!

All times are UK-time, and the events will take place via Zoom. Links will be added on this page as well as on our social medias very very soon. 



Facebook Event:

Andy Parsons is the co-ordinator of the Greenpeace Bath volunteer group and he'd like you to get involved! Come and hear a bit about the history of Greenpeace, what a local volunteer group does and about our current campaigns that focus on transport, climate change and oceans. Sign up to Greenpeace Bath at or check us out at or on Twitter and Instagram @greenpeacebath. 


Facebook Event:

Noel from EasyEcoTips has kindly agreed to have a talk on how landfills work, and how we can help reducing our input there by reusing, recycling, upcycling and composting. Join us to get to know some top tips to reduce waste and get the chance to ask anything during the Q&A session! More on and on their lovely Instagram page


Facebook Event:

Elizabeth is our special guest from Toronto! She has agreed to join us for this event, so this is a chance for you to have quality information on topics around climate change. She will cover topics such as the link between climate justice and racial justice, as well as individual action and system change. Until then, do check her Instagram page as well as her blog !


Charlotte is a University of Bath alumni, but most importantly a champion of low-waste and regenerative living. She shares tips and ideas on her Instagram page @OnlyOneWorld19 ( and has written us the LOW DOWN series - on low waste living in Bath. Today, she’s focusing on fashion. Keep an eye on our social media and blog ( to follow her inspiring content!


Want to contribute to positive impact in the city of Bath? Want to get creative with local residents? Bex works with EcoJam, the local and regional group sharing green events, organisations and job offers (definitely check them out: Independently from her work, she is part of a team that will be launching the creative project in Bath, focusing on three main issues; the climate crisis, racism, and the inequalities caused by the current pandemic. DreamSpace will be a place for everyone to share their stories and find inspiration as a step forward to shaping the future Bath. More info here: