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It's Time: A festival of Climate Action


Tue 17 Nov 2020, 12:00pm–1:00pm
Wed 18 Nov 2020, 12:00pm–1:00pm

Where: Virtual Location, Online, Virtual

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Admission: Free
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Climate positive platform, Ecologi, has announced the launch of an online Festival of Climate Action, It’s Time, to galvanise people around the world to take action against climate change. It’s Time is in collaboration with WWF and has been launched in reaction to the postponement of November’s United Nations Climate Conference

The free festival, which will take place online on the 17th and 18th November 2020, will be opened by HRH The Prince of Wales. It will unite over 100 global contributors in the fight against climate change, including activists, artists, academics, brands and celebrities.

Notable speakers will range from TV presenter and children’s author Konnie Huq, a criminal barrister and TV personality Judge Rinder, to Climate Strange comedian Matt Winning. Broadcaster, actor and WWF ambassador Cel Spellman will host the festival alongside director, filmmaker, writer and stylist Basma Khalifa.

With capacity for over a million attendees, festival-goers will be able to tune in to live debates, video premieres, art exhibits and more by environmentalists, TV personalities, scientists, entrepreneurs, politicians and performers who are all striving for change in environmental responsibility.

WWF, Rainforest Trust UK, Richard Curtis’s Project Everyone and A Plastic Planet will showcase art and entertainment to create a unique purpose-driven festival experience.

Each unique festival ‘act’ will deliver insight on how people can join together to deliver change as well as educate on simple actions people can make in their everyday lives to help fight the crisis and unleash a global wave of seismic change.

Must see experiences include:
- Opening speech by HRH The Prince of Wales reflecting on more than 40 years of leadership in the fight against climate change and environmental degradation
- A visual nature rave hosted by Campion and many more
- The ‘Never Give Up’ talk by acclaimed author Bernadette Vallely with exclusive learnings from her new novel ‘Your Planet Needs You’ launching 29th October
- Screening of Turtle Journey, the animated short film produced by Greenpeace and Aardman - Animations
- An introduction to the latest climate apps and technologies including WWF’s My Footprint, food waste and sharing app from OLIO, and We Don’t Have Time
- Exclusive preview of The Naked Arctic Adventure documentary by Green is The New Black
Conceived by Ecologi co-founder Elliot Coad and former MP and chairman of Ecologi’s advisory board, Nick Boles, the festival will provide a freely accessible platform to educate and inspire people around the world to take action now.

Elliot Coad, Managing Director and Co-founder of Ecologi:

“Collectively, we are not doing enough to combat the climate crisis. 2020 is already set to be the hottest year on record: the world is literally burning."

“It’s Time will be a collective rallying cry of those united in their belief that urgent action must be taken today. It will give people around the world the opportunity to share ideas and knowledge on how to accelerate the shift to net zero, and what action we can take as individuals to cut carbon and make a positive contribution to solving the climate crisis.”

Nick Boles, former MP and chair of Ecologi’s advisory board:

“COP26 may have been postponed but the climate crisis has not. We cannot afford to wait another year for the world to act. It’s Time will give people from every walk of life and every corner of the planet a chance to make a stand and pledge to do their bit to cut carbon emissions and save our climate.”

To secure entry, register on the website for free tickets. All proceeds from the festival will be invested in accredited climate solutions.