FutureFest, brought to you by pebble magazine and Treedom is taking place on the 7th and 8th of November 2020. Three stages and a huge ethical marketplace will run over the two days, packed with inspiring talks, interactive sessions, cookalongs and mendalongs.
Imagine what life looks like as a carbon neutral world…
- What do our lives, travel and food look like?
- What solutions are we using?
- What do our days look like?
Building on pebble’s four successful events last year, FutureFest is a sustainable festival for everyone, wherever they are.
Three stages and a huge ethical marketplace will run over two days, packed with inspiring talks, interactive sessions, cookalongs and mendalongs with ticket holders encouraged to continue the conversations with ideas on online white board Miro and in pebble’s popular Facebook community .
FutureFest includes the world’s first podcast stage.
10 sustainable podcasters from around the world, will be recording exclusive live episodes over the weekend, with the ticket holders as the audience.
Podcasts including Wardrobe Crisis, What If We Get It Right, Sustainababble and SustainableIsh.
Talks and sessions including topics such as regenerative food systems, how to make fashion carbon neutral, the future of wine and net zero travel plus many more.
The Learn stage includes intention setting from As We Live & Breathe, leftover cooking with Tom Hunt plus how to tackle everyday eco dilemmas with pebble’s founder Georgina.
“We want to harness the power of imagination to encourage us to make changes now, so we can get to Net Zero and have a better future. I’m sick of attending events that reiterate the same problems, this is different. It’s about the solutions.” says pebble founder, Georgina Wilson-Powell.
All of the talks, interactive sessions and podcasts will be recorded and available on demand for ticket holders for 10 days post festival.
Speakers and panellists include chefs Tom Hunt and Douglas McMaster, Guy Singh Watson (Riverford), Trewin Restorick (Hubbub), author Rob Hopkins and many more to be announced!
Over 200 trees will be planted via Treedom in pebble’s forest in Kenya to offset any digital emissions created by the festival.