Is there a case for

Environmental Optimism?

Future+ Summit of the Future Talk Series

A Case for Environmental Optimism?

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Future+ Summit of the Future Talk Series

A Case for Environmental Optimism?

How many last chances have we had to prevent the worst effects of climate change? Can we think positively about our climate future?

As we experience more severe consequences, it may seem counterintuitive to be optimistic. But optimism and hope may be exactly what we need, now more than ever.

Join cultural and communications expert Ian Brunswick and founding Executive Director of the newly formed Smithsonian Conservation Commons and Earth Optimism Summit, Ruth Anna Stolk & Environmental Protection Scientist Jonathan Derham as they explain why an increasing number of researchers, educators, designers and artists are looking at positiveness as a shortcut to achievable environmental solutions.

About The Host:

Ian Burnswick is an experienced museum professional and skilled in interdisciplinary project development, research, public communication and international collaboration.He spent a year on sabbatical as a future’s curator at the Smithsonian Institution

Where & When

Friday 23rd July @ 13:00
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Supported by Accenture’s The Dock, this event is part of our Future+ 2021 Summit of the Future virtual talk series where we bring together exciting new voices from the worlds of science, arts, design & technology. Meet the people inventing and designing the future of how we live, work, and play.