Innovating for a Greener Future

Innovating for a greener future

Event schedule details

Tuesday 12 October

17.30-18.45

Event location details

Free online event

 

Climate change is humanity's greatest threat yet, in the face of such challenge, creativity abounds. From clothes that grow with your child, to revolutionary waterless toilets, join graduates of Imperial College London and the Royal College of Art to hear how they have developed innovative solutions to help build a greener, more sustainable world.

Our speakers will discuss how engineering, science and design can work together to creatively approach the challenge of climate change, reduce water waste and microplastics in the ocean. But can innovations alone set us on a different course? Is it too early to feel optimistic for the future? We’ll explore the whole-system approach required for real change, including the power of storytelling.

Speaker line-up:

  • Iain Purves (MEng Mechanical Engineering 2010), Loowatt
  • Flora Weil (MSc Innovation Design Engineering 2019), DLX Design Lab Tokyo
  • Ryan Mario Yasin (Aeronautical Engineering 2015, MSc Global Innovation Design 2017), Petit Pli

Event categories

  • Adults
  • Talks and tours
Innovating for a greener future