Our Planet

Coastal knowledge map competition

What exactly is sustainable produce?

Environmental footprints in our DNA

Space junk, biomaterials, and green computers

Road to net zero

A global conversation

Planet Earth in space

Ending blame culture

Person with open hand in front of the camera

Developing treatments for Covid-19

Variety of different drugs in a pile

Video games and American history

Game controller on a purple background

Curious Edinburgh – self guided walking tours

Walking and creativity during Covid-19

Forest with long footpath

Tea & Talk Series

The Tea & Talk series invites everyone to enjoy a cup of tea while engaging with experts in a friendly, relaxed discussion. There won’t be any PowerPoints, notes or formality here – just the chance to ask questions and to listen to some of Scotland’s leading authorities on a variety of subjects.

All Tea & Talk events will take place using Zoom Meetings so attendees can take part using audio and video. To encourage discussion and allow for everyone an opportunity to ask questions we have limited the number of spaces available.


Communication and collaboration in a crisis

Scottish parliament building

The Covid-19 challenge to mechanical engineers

Face masks

Reforming the UK’s asylum system

banner on white building with the slogan "Refugees welcome"

The Army and Covid-19

Education in the post-covid era

Woman with long wavy hair writing on a white board

Take off to green aviation

Plane in a pale blue sky

Making space to thrive

Tools for telling time on a changing planet

Earth with googly eyes

Delivering clean energy from space

Mirros above the earth reflecting light onto the earth

Enlightenment rocks

Mountain top in Glen Coe

Death in the climate crisis era

skull in low light setting

Bacteria: the true rulers of your world

close up of long chain bacteria

The world shrinks to a windowpane

Victoria Crowe and Christina De Luca

Coastal knowledge and communities

Coastal, fishing village

Understanding future energy demand

Wind farm in the sea

Old books, new technologies

Old book on top of tablet

Art for useful knowledge

The Trouvelot Astronomical Drawings

Rescuing the bird life on Gough Island

Close by albatross

Art and the Anthropocene

The Future of Foreign Policy

Baroness Ashton lookig directly at the camera

Fragile: Handle With Care?

Our Planet Panel

Environmental protest with sign "There is no Planet B"

Compassion and the Sustainable Development Goals: A New Tomorrow

How Do We Design Places to Promote Wellbeing?

Can We Get to the Root of Things?

Words and Water in Scottish Literature

Saving the Oceans with Law and Science