New event by the Trouble Club: How Women Can Save the Planet, October the 5th

New event by the Trouble Club: How Women Can Save the Planet

‘How Women Can Save the Planet’ is a live event hosted by the Trouble Club this Tuesday, the 5th, at Mortimer House in central London.

The event’s guest speaker is Dr Anne Karpf, sociologist, climate change expert, and author of ”How Women Can Save the Planet.”

So far, climate change has the most severe impacts on those who contributed little or nothing towards the problem, and women bear the brunt of the change.

From New Orleans to Bangladesh, women—especially poor women of colour—are suffering most from a crisis they have done nothing to cause.

Elderly European women die in heat waves, and African girls drop out of school due to drought.
Yet, there is little to no influence from these voices on the creation of environmental policies.


Our highest-profile climate activists are women and girls, but it is men who decide the earth’s future at the top table.

Dr Anne Karpf is a Professor of Life Writing and Culture, a writer, sociologist and award-winning journalist.

She writes regularly on social, political and cultural issues for The Guardian and other publications and is a regular broadcaster on BBC Radio.

Anne will shine a light on the radical ideas, compelling research and tireless campaigns led by and for women worldwide that have inspired her to hope.

New event by the Trouble Club: How Women Can Save the Planet, October the 5th

How to join the ‘How Women Can Save the Planet’ event

The event is scheduled for Tuesday the 5th of October, 7 pm until 9 pm at the Mortimer House, 37-41 Mortimer St, London W1T 3JH.

If you would like to join this incredibly important conversation either live or online, head to www.thetroubleclub.com/events

Ticket prices:
For members: Live ticket £9, Virtual Ticket FREE.
Non-members: Live ticket £30, Virtual Ticket £9.

Anne Karpf. New event by the Trouble Club: How Women Can Save the Planet, October the 5th
Dr Anne Karpf

The Trouble Club is a members’ club aiming to enliven your mind, to expand your circle of friends, and to build a society of smart and engaged people who share the same interests.

They have a rich programme of talks, debates, dinners, private evenings out at cultural openings and foreign jaunts.

Read more about Sustainability , zero waste tips and guides on where and how to start your eco-friendly journey.


Images by permission from The Trouble Club.

Elena Daniilidou

Elena is an advocate for animal rights, sustainability, and slow living. She aspires to minimise the human impact on the environment - she is an ethical vegan and minimalist.

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