An interview with renowned Spanish artist Pablo Genovés on his series of four large-scale photographic compositions on display in St Paul’s Cathedral, London.
Poetry readings from the wonderful Imtiaz Dharker as she presents some of her pieces for World Water Day 2017 in the quire of St Paul’s Cathedral.
Rapper/songwriter Jordan “Jords” Wilks performs a piece written for World Water Day and the JustWater international programme.
Caleb Femi, the first Young People’s Laureate for London, performs a piece written for World Water Day.
With a central theme of water, this glorious collection brings together a tale or poem from each of fifty-four different countries.
100 solutions from 61 cities which show how local governments around the world are taking the necessary steps to mitigate and adapt to climate change, while creating valuable co-benefits for their economies, communities and citizens’ health.
A post about the Thames Estuary
Author: Brian Fagan Publisher: Bloomsbury ISBN: 9781608190034 Elixir spans five millennia, from ancient Mesopotamia to the parched present of the Sun Belt. As Brian Fagan shows, every human society has been shaped by its relationship to our most essential resource. Fagan’s sweeping narrative moves across the world, from ancient Greece and Rome, whose mighty aqueducts still supply […]