When we’re willing to slow down, listen and learn, Nature reveals all. She not only provides us with the questions but she also shows us the answers.
So it was with this deep appreciation and respect for the natural world that The Nature Bar was born as a collaboration between Voice For Nature and the Natural History Museum.
The Nature Bar is an experience that hosts extraordinary individuals: policy makers, environmentalists, scientists, journalists, storytellers, and artists to speak on behalf of Nature. The Nature Bar was first held within The New York Times Climate Hub in Glasgow, during COP26. The second event took place during London Climate Week, within The New York Times Climate Forward… And we’re just getting started.
Our programming is focused on personal and tangible perspectives, grounded in knowledgeable and honest dialogues. The perfect recipe to leave you feeling recharged, challenged, entertained, and personally empowered to give Nature a voice.
Take a peek at The Nature Bar in London…
“We’re getting information for a song we don’t know the melody to yet, a language that we need to collectively speak… We’re figuring it out… If we can push past what we think we know, into our imagination, there’s something better waiting for us.”
— Sol Guy at The Nature Bar, London.
“… Today I bring an ocean world view, as a gift from indigenous people to the world… Our struggle about relationship is also the struggle of the human nature, of dominion — to dominate Nature, rather than learning to live.”
— Maureen Penjueli, co-ordinator of the Pacific Network on Globalisation, at The Nature Bar, Glasgow.
A few of the many highlights from Glasgow 2021…
“… Isn’t that the real goal; to find our place within the natural systems that make our existence possible; to treat the ocean, to treat all of the creatures, land and sea, with a kind of dignity and respect. As if — as if our lives depend on them, because they do.”
— Dr. Sylvia Earle, Her Deepness at The Nature Bar, Glasgow.
Thank you to our guests and dear friends for joining us in being a Voice for Nature
RAOUL SHAH • GWENAËL ALLAN • EVA KRUSE • CHRISSY LEVETT • JOHANN BÖDECKER • SOL GUY • HAFFI • DJ VEE SWIZZLE • CAMILLA THAM • STEPHEN DUNBAR-JOHNSON • DR. ENRIC SALA • DR. SYLVIA EARLE • DR. ANDREW STEER • PROF. ED HAWKINS • STUART MURDOCH • ELLIE GOULDING • WILL MARSHALL • BERTRAND PICCARD • CHRIS PACKHAM • DJ JAYDA G • LETICIA CARVALHO • CLOVER HOGAN • CLARE MATTERSON • PROF. YADVINDER MALHI • DR. ADRIANA DE PALMA • DAPHNE FRIAS • PROF. NATHALIE SEDDON • MARK HEAVENOR • SARAH MARTIN • MYRTLE SIMPSON • LEWIS PUGH • JANINE BENYUS • WILL STEGER • OLIVER JEFFERS • JR • SANDRAYATI FAY • PROF. SANDY KNAPP • MARTIN HARTLEY • MUMTA ITO • MAUREEN PENJUELI • MICHELLE BENDER • CORMAC CULLINAN • JULIO PRIETO • MYRA JACKSON • BRUCE PARRY • STEVIE JACKSON • NONETTE ROYO • LAUREN BOWKER • CELINE COUSTEAU • DESTINY BOKA BATESA • ANJALI RAMAN-MIDDLETON • NYELETI BRAUER-MAXAEIA • DR. GOTHAMIE WEERAKOON • ATOSSA SOLTANI • DOMINGO PEAS NAMPICHKAI • GREGORIO DIAZ MIRABAL • DOREEN ROBINSON • PHOEBE HANSON • SACHA WRIGHT • RIDHIMA PANDEY • DR ERICA MCALISTAIR • DR. ADRIAN GLOVER • PROF. ANDY PURVIS • DR. ANNE JUNGBLUT • DR. SILVIA PRESSEL • JULIEN REUTIN • ELLIE BANWELL • NICOLE MILLER • TASHA VAN ZANDT • SEBASTIAN ZECK • ORLANDO VON EINSIEDE • SOFIA CARMO • PROF. TOM CROWTHER • CHRIS RAINIER • PEGGY CALLAHAN • MAYA SANBAR • VERÓNICA INMUNDA • DEANO MONCRIEFFE • CHIP FAY • FARWIZA FARHAN • DAVID URRY • SIR RICHARD BRANSON • SAM BRANSON • DR. DOUG GURR • DAVID DE ROTHSCHILD