Editorial Team

British Council is organising a lecture on climate action and need for grooming advocates of change. This special lecture is being organised as part of the GREAT Talks series that gives Indian students, and learners access to some of the world’s brightest minds.

Dr. Douglas Gurr, Director – Natural History Museum, UK, will throw light on why it is imperative to create advocates for the planet – people who speak up on behalf of nature, and ultimately will take action to protect it. Students, climate action enthusiasts and environmentalists from all parts of India can join the online session on 18th November 2021. Students eager to do their part towards saving the planet and sharing their views on climate change should attend the session.

Session Details: 

Topic: ‘Creating Advocates for the Planet’

Date: 18th November 2021  

Day: Thursday 

Time: 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM 

Registration link: https://bit.ly/3DqzYO3

Join Dr. Douglas Gurr as he shares insights into our world and the planetary emergency it faces while we live in a critical time of biodiversity loss, climate breakdown and disease outbreak.

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