EVENTS and SPEAKING

I have spoken to many groups in quite a few countries over the years. I speak on renewable energy, solar, community energy and the energy revolution. Happy to give a rousing keynote or a technical download.
 
Upcoming Events

November 15, 2017

Taking the power back!

Taking the power back!

15 November 2017

1.00pm-9.00pm 

Devonport Guildhall, Plymouth 

Join us for an energy jamboree about social justice and making our energy system work better for us. During the afternoon, we’ll be exploring how our energy system is changing and the opportunities for communities to innovate and collaborate with network operators.

In the evening, leading community energy group, Plymouth Energy Community will be unveiling ‘Cold Realities’, a hard-hitting photo exhibition commissioned to shine a spotlight on the impact of fuel poverty. Enjoy some wine and settle in to hear inspirational speakers Howard JohnsGideon MendelLuke Pollard MP and Alistair Macpherson talk about fuel poverty, climate change, social economy, and taking local action.

This is a free event organised by PEC, Regen, WPD and is part of Plymouth Social Enterprise Festival.

November 07, 2017

Howard Johns Climate Change: Our biggest challenge is our biggest opportunity

Howard Johns 

Climate Change: Our biggest challenge is our biggest opportunity

Tuesday 7th November, 5.30pm to 7pm

 

We are at a unique inflection point in human history, the reality of climate change has moved beyond debate and is in evidence in our daily lives. For much of society business carries on as usual, but huge changes are underway. Renewable energy is becoming the cheapest form of energy in many parts of the world, and the opportunity is here to create a rapid transition to a low carbon future. 

We will look briefly at the reality we are facing in our changing climate, the massive shift underway in the energy and transport sectors and the opportunities for local action to create climate friendly solutions and viable businesses in every community.

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April 20, 2017

TEDxExeter 2017

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TEDxExeter: HOPE

8.30am – 5.15pm, Friday 21 April 2017

A day of inspiring talks, connection and action

“Critical thinking without hope is cynicism, but hope without critical thinking is naïveté.” — Maria Popova

TEDxExeter is back for a 6th year. We’re bringing another exceptional group of speakers and performers to Exeter to share their work, vision and hope with us. We’ll gather over 900 people on the day to share inspiration and explore ways of turning hope into action and making a positive difference in our lives, our communities and ultimately our world.

Live at the Exeter Northcott Theatre
Simultaneous Livestream at Exeter University’s Alumni Auditorium

Both audiences joined together in the breaks to meet each other, our speakers, sponsors, and groups making a difference locally. Lunch and refreshments were included in the ticket price.

“Optimists think it will all be fine without our involvement; pessimists take the opposite position; both excuse themselves from acting. Hope is an embrace of the unknown and the unknowable, an alternative to the certainty of both optimists and pessimists. It’s the belief that what we do matters even though how and when it may matter, who and what it may impact, are not things you can know beforehand.” — Rebecca Solnit

June 01, 2016

HAY FESTIVAL - HOWARD JOHNS, LINDSAY MACKIE AND ANDREW SIMMS

HOW QUICKLY CAN WE CHANGE… THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT?

Event 345 • Thursday 2 June 2016, 8.30pm • Venue: Starlight Stage

We are locked in by our buildings, roads and homes, and the high, unsustainable energy use they depend on. Lindsay Mackie of the New Weather Institute; Howard Johns, author of The Energy Revolution and author Andrew Simms discuss how we can instigate the transformational change required to make our homes and cities viable in the future.

February 20, 2016

Southampton Hub Sustainability Festival on 'Sustainable Futures'

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March 03, 2016

Energy Revolution Party & Book Launch 3rd March 2016

You are warmly invited to join me in celebrating our successes so far in the growth of renewable energy in the UK, and launch my book “Energy Revolution – Your Guide to Repowering the Energy System”. Many of you are aware of my book, which published late last year. Details here: www.energyrevolution.solutions

 

I had a local launch event in Lewes but didn’t get round to doing one in London – so here we go. So please see attached invite, and join me for some much needed fun from 7.30pm at The Union Club, Soho on the evening of 3rd March 2016.

 

Expect lots of great people, music and maybe even some dancing! A time to reflect on what we have achieved and plot where we are going next. Music from the fruitful sound system, …….you may even find me on the decks later on in the evening…

 

I am grateful to Abundance who will be supporting the evening and will be offering investors the chance to invest in the energy revolution with up to £50 matched investment for guests who sign up. They will just need to tick the wherefrom as ‘Energyrevolution’. Check them out here: www.abundanceinvestment.com 

April 28, 2016

CAT - Zero Carbon Britain: Rethinking the Future Course - Guest Tutor

An in-depth introduction to CAT’s latest Zero Carbon Britain research, offering a robust, evidence-based scenario that explores ways we can deliver a climate positive future, whilst also maintaining a modern lifestyle.
The course also covers how Zero Carbon Britain can be successfully used as a powerful tool for groups and individuals to inspire positive action, stimulate debate and build consensus in their communities and places of work. 

November 10, 2015

Snow on Blood

My First outing as Chair of 10:10

 

Join 10:10 at London's leading global climate change conversation: Snow on Blood, a ‘Parkinson Style’ discussion with Jon Snow, journalist and TV presenter, talking to David Blood, co-founder of Generation Investment Management. The event is supported by our media partner City A.M. and will stimulate some lively discussion in the lead-up to the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris from 30 November - 11 December. In the audience we'll have a mixture of sustainability leaders, politicians, journalists and, crucially, young people eager to drive change forward in this area. Join us on the night and join in on this important converation.bout this item. 

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