Our Ocean Our Planet: Sustainability at Royal Museums Greenwich (RMG)
Focussing on their online hub Our Ocean Our Planet hear about the work RMG is doing to promote sustainability and care for oceans .
Focussing on the online hub 'Our Ocean Our Planet' this talk will present the work RMG is doing to promote sustainability and care for oceans along with our programme of activity. The speakers will discuss: RMG’s overarching strategy, ‘Charting our course’, our sustainability forum and green champion programme as well as our family and intergenerational offer through the World Oceans Day festival, artist collaborations and the Schools Partnership programme.
‘The stories of the past tell us why we ended up where we are now. We have the opportunity and unprecedented duty to consider the ocean itself and reflect on humanity’s next steps.’Helen Czerski, RMG Trustee
Joanna Salter: Over 20 years engagement practice and on the ground working knowledge of the Museum and Heritage sector. Her role as Senior Manager, Participation is to lead a team focussing on digital, community and creative collaborations, building partnerships to create greater access for our visitors, underrepresented and marginalised groups to the Museum's collections, themes and sites.
Hans Biorn Lian: Leads on digital participation at RMG working with a range of audiences to deliver immersive, experimental experiences and applications. Hans champions the Our Ocean Our Planet programme at RMG, highlighting the importance of discussing climate change and promoting action.
Tickets are £2.75 and are available for members only.
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