Over the past months, 7 sessions has brought together an incredible group of individuals, businesses and organisations through a series of speaker led events where they have shared their knowledge and inspired us with a positive approach to take climate action in our daily lives.
Climate change is real and it’s happening now.
The planet is at risk of catastrophic effects from growing emissions of carbon dioxide that are driving up temperatures threatening all life forms and risking our rich biodiversity.
Keeping rainforests standing is the simplest and most cost effective way to mitigate climate change.
Cool Earth is a non-profit organisation that works alongside rainforest communities to halt deforestation and its impact on climate change.
Music Declares Emergency is group of artists, music industry professionals and organisations that stand together to declare a climate and ecological emergency believing in the power of music as a way to promote the cultural change needed to create a better future.
Greenpeace is an independent, nonprofit, global campaigning organisation that uses non-violent, creative confrontation to expose global environmental problems and their causes.
Greenpeace’s goal is to ensure the ability of Earth to nurture life in all its diversity.
Greenpeace stands for positive change through action to defend the natural world and promote peace.
If Run DMC and Aerosmith had a child, we would have the young, energetic Master Peace. Emerging from the grime scene, ‘Master Peace’ isn’t your average MC. Mixing rock and rap in a way that has not been done before, the South Londoner describes his sound as “raw”, “alternative” and very left.
Phenomenally intricate, Ruby's sound demonstrates great versatility. Fusing Urban-Jazz with Neo-Soul, Blues and R'n'B, Ruby delivers a fresh, new perspective that captures audiences with soulful vocals and epic instrumentals.
The room will be filled with environmental art reminding us all of the beauty and diversity of nature. These works will be curated by the Earth Issue magazine a collective of artists and creative professionals working at the intersection of fine art and environmentalism, will be shown. The collaborators of The Earth Issue aim to highlight a growing interest amongst young artists to awaken society’s complacent consciousness towards our planet; to inspire and harness the power of social change.
Elizabeth Fleur Willis is a London based curator, mixed media artist and earth enthusiast. Collating her experiences as a city soul seeking to build a stronger relationship to the natural world, Elizabeth aims to forge an ever evolving understanding of her local landscapes to create poetry, illustrative works and photography. She has worked as Head of Exhibitions for The Earth Issue since its birth
Elena Cremona is the Founder of the Earth Issue and is also an environmental and landscape photographer whose work has a dreamy and inescapably melancholic feel that is hard not to be mesmerized by
Chiara Zonca seeks remote and isolated places, documenting specific moments in time when changeable light or weather conditions alter her landscape perception. This necessary shift enables her to see past the present and investigate the earth as a timeless, untouched-by-humans, dream-like entity. Colour plays a big role in her creative process and it is an essential tool to convey her emotions