Poets for the Planet and Imperial College London present Earthsong: science-inspired poetry against climate change

Award-winning poets and spoken word artists from around the world have been matched with researchers from Imperial College London and beyond studying the causes, effects of, and solutions to climate change. In a mixture of exciting live performances and subtitled recordings, they’ll present poetry in a range of languages, with time for questions and answers from the live performers afterwards. The result will be a cross-cultural feast of poetry and science, investigating the danger our natural and human landscapes are facing across the globe and what we can do about it.

Poets: Santiago Acosta, Adnan Al-Sayegh and Jenny Lewis, Luca Bernardini, Annsh Chawla, Moya De Feyter, Harry Josephine Giles, Tammy Lai-Ming Ho, Robin Lamboll, Yang Lian, Ian McLachlan, Jérôme Pinel, Pieta Poeta, Jacqueline Saphra, Marvin Thompson, Anton Trubaïchuk, Debra Watson, Tamar Yoseloff, Sindiswa Zulu.

Poets for the Planet is a community of kindred poets, performers, artists and creative activists raising their voices to engage with climate and ecological emergency through poetry in all its forms.

Website: poetsfortheplanet.org
Facebook/Instagram/YouTube: @poetsfortheplanet
Twitter: @poets4theplanet

The Grantham Institute at Imperial College London provides world-class research, training and innovation towards effective action on climate change and the environment.

Website: imperial.ac.uk/grantham
Twitter: @Grantham_IC