Friday Afternoon Think-tanks: empowering everybody
05nov6:45 pm8:45 pmFriday Afternoon Think-tanks: empowering everybodyUnleashing expertise and creativity across industry, education and society to create the future we wantThe National Piping Centre, 30-34 McPhater Street, G4 0HW6:45 pm - 8:45 pm OrganiserStop Ecocide InternationalEvent TypeWebinar & TalksThemeClimate Justice
Part 1: Panel discussion session and concept launch. Addressing global climate and ecological crisis is now an existential necessity, and policy makers cannot do it alone. What if we could tap
Part 1: Panel discussion session and concept launch.
Addressing global climate and ecological crisis is now an existential necessity, and policy makers cannot do it alone. What if we could tap into the ocean of expertise that already exists across all sectors and all generations, generating precisely the questions and creative innovations required to create the future well-being of humanity and the planet? What if every institution and organisation, everywhere, dedicated their Friday afternoons to make this happen?
* Xiye Bastida, Mexican-Chilean climate justice activist, Co-founder of Re-Earth Initiative, Member of the Otomí-Toltec nation in central Mexico
* Jerome Foster, African-American Climate justice activist. Biden White House Climate Advisor
* Alexandria Villaseñor, An American climate activist living in New York. Co-founder of US Youth Climate Strike and founder of Earth Uprising.
* Jack Harris, Co-Founder and Creative Director Earth Rise Studio.
* Jojo Mehta, Co-Founder & Executive Director, Stop Ecocide International.
* Mike Robinson, Chief Executive of the Royal Scottish Geographical Society
* Sally Ranney, Environmental visionary, strategist and advocate, Co-Founder Global Choices, Co-Founder, Arctic Angels.
Moderated by Matthew Shribman, Award winning science communicator and co-founder of AimHi Earth.
PS: For fullest enjoyment we recommend signing up for both parts, relax for the evening with nibbles and a nip of Bruichladdich single malt whisky or savour The Botanist, an artisanal gin from the island of Islay.
Discussion session two: Ecocide law and fashioning the future, see: https://www.stopecocide.earth/cop-events/ecocide-law-and-fashioning-the-future
IN PERSON AND DIGITAL TICKETS:
Co-hosted by Stop Ecocide International, Royal Scottish Geographical Society, Aimhi Earth, EcoResolution, Global Choices, Hillary Institute, Bruichladdich and The Botanist.
(Friday) 6:45 pm - 8:45 pm
The National Piping Centre
30-34 McPhater Street, G4 0HW