The Natural History Museum Live Panel

In celebration of the UN’s World Environment Day, The Natural History Museum will be holding two live panels to discuss biodiversity and plastic pollution, with each panel hosted by our founder David de Rothschild.

The Natural History Museum Live Panel

I am extremely excited to be hosting this series of discussions for the Natural History Museum with such a fantastic lineup of speakers. The Museum has always been close to my heart and I hope that together we can inspire people that their own actions, both big and small, can help to reduce the impacts of biodiversity loss and plastic pollution. This World Environment Day, it is more important than ever to keep the conversation alive on what we can all do to protect our planet – It’s time for Nature.







Friday, June 5th 6pm BST
Biodiversity – Connecting with Nature

Panel Guests –
  • Ben Fogle, adventurer, and UN Patron of the Wilderness
  • Sam Barratt, Chief of Youth, Education and Advocacy in UN Environment’s Ecosystems Division
  • Elise van Middelem, passionate urban rewilder and founder of SUGi project
  • Dr Sandy Knapp, Merit Researcher at the Natural History Museum

To learn more and watch click here.


Sunday, June 7th 6pm BST
New Solutions for Plastic Pollution

Panel Guests-

  • Niall Dunne, CEO of Polymateria who has 15 years’ experience of commercializing solutions to the world’s biggest environmental and social problems
  • Dune Ives, Managing Director at Lonely Whale which looks to bring courageous ideas to life to save our oceans
  • Yves Béhar, founder and principal designer of Fuseproject, an award-winning industrial design and brand development firm
  • Professor Richard Herrington, Head of Earth Sciences at the Natural History Museum
  • Alex McGoran, Postgraduate Researcher at the Natural History Museum

To learn more and watch click here. 


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