‘Can Changing Our Thinking Help Change The World?’
Livia Firth is on the panel of a Selfridges and Psychologies magazine hosted debate that asks: how can we tackle 'eco fatigue'?
Many of us believe that it's too late to effect positive change in the natural world, and that the changes that need to be made are too big for us to make individually. To address the issue of ‘eco fatigue’, Selfridges and Psychologies magazine are to host a debate that will try and answer the question of why living a sustainable lifestyle can seem so difficult. The discussion will focus on inspiring people to take small actions that really can make a difference, as well as taking note of the bigger issues that we can tackle together.
Livia Firth, creative director of Eco Age and wife of Colin Firth will be one of the experts taking part in the discussion, along with Lucy Siegel, eco-living columnist for The Observer, psychotherapist and Psychologies advice columnist, Lucy Beresford, and Roger Steare, creator of Ethicability and corporate philosopher at Cass Business School. Psychologies editor Louise Chunn will be chairing the event. Proceeds from the event will help to fund Selfridges's recently launched Project Ocean campaign.
When: Monday, 6th June, 6:30-8:30 pm
Where: Selfridges, Oxford St, W1A 1AB
Cost: £15 (includes reception and goody bag)
For more information, go to www.psychologies.co.uk/events
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