Join journalist and broadcaster Lucy Siegle in conversation with Matt Hern and Am Johal, to seek some new definitions for ecology and social change that can invigorate the human quest for lasting change to our relationship with the ecosystem.
Already more than half of humanity lives in urban areas. During an evening of film screenings and discussion, we explore these tensions and what solutions can be found to make cities places that leave no one behind.
By Stefano Pozzebon On Tuesday 21 April, the Frontline Club hosted a panel to discuss the water crisis in Brazil and the world’s largest green area, the Amazonian rainforest. Chaired by Andrew Mitchell, chairman of the Scientific Exploration Society, the event was the second in a series entitled ‘Exploration of the Frontline,’ a collaboration between the Scientific […]
by Sam Bavin Up In Smoke, from director Adam Wakeling, is screening on Mon 25th July at Frontline. The film follows revolutionary ecologist Mike Hands across the globe as he attempts scale back slash and burn agriculture – one of the biggest contributors to global warming and deforestation in the world today. Wakeling’s first feature […]
View in iTunes By Mariah Hamalainen “We are facing a complete collapse of ocean ecosystems, globally”, said Professor Charles Sheppard at the Frontline Club on Wednesday evening during a panel discussion on the state of the world’s oceans. The oceans have been exhibiting the effects of global warming since the late 1970s and a quarter of […]