Climate protests: using design to encourage action

7 Nov 2019

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Thu, 07 Nov
13:00 – 14:00

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£5 - Tickets can be bought via -

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  • Aldgate East, Aldgate
  • Fenchurch Street, Liverpool Street
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Bad jokes and climate protests: using design to encourage action
The second Cass Visual Communication lunchtime talk is with Josie Tucker, designer, visual communicator, freelancer and the founder and creative director of non-profit climate club Adapt.


Josie's work at Adapt (which she co-runs with her partner Richard Ashton) is design, humour, and contemporary culture focused, and aims to simplify and demystify climate communication and promote action! Josie is also Head of Visual Identity for the Brainchild Festival. When Josie isn't making work about climate change, she likes to design for music and events! With this talk she will discuss how she uses design to facilitate action such as her current campaign, Are You a FossilFool?

The Cass Visual Communication talks feature leading industry creatives in the fields of visual communication, illustration, animation, graphic design and publishing. The talks are open to the public and tickets cost £5.  London Met students have free entry with their student card. 


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