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King's Sustainability Series: Social Engagement for Sustainability

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Please join us for the last King’s Sustainability Series of this academic year, a monthly speaker series featuring important environmentalists, sponsored in part by KCGS and the King’s Library Climate Change Collection.

This month’s speaker is John Grant, an expert in media, innovation, and using social networks/ventures to effect social change. He is the author of Co-Opportunity about collective action for sustainable change, and Green Marketing Manifesto. John co-founded St Luke’s, a socially aware London advertising agency, and advises organisations like The Guardian, The Co-Operative Bank, IKEA , The Royal Mail, and the ACTONCO2 programme of the UK Government on sustainable marketing and innovation.

John’s talk will be followed by drinks, nibbles, and casual conversation. The talk is free, but as places are very limited, you must email Chloe Kroeter ( to reserve a spot.

This talk is part of the King's Sustainability Series series.

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