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Originally posted 26 November 2020

By Christopher Appleby
12 Jan 2021
Chris Packham and Dale Vince
Chris Packham and Dale Vince Live Chat

Back in December, we hosted a fascinating discussion between Dale Vince and Chris Packham on Facebook. They went deep into their own stories, sharing their ups and downs on their different paths to becoming leaders in the environmental movement.

They talked about how to create a greener future, as well as Dale’s new book, Manifesto (part biography, part business manual and part manifesto) Unsurprisingly, Chris jumped straight to the Sky Diamonds section and the ensuing chat is both enlightening and uplifting.

If you missed their discussion, or would like to tune in again, you can watch it here.

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