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This event will take place the evenings of May 12th & May 13th.
The Long Now Foundation has teamed up with Anthropocene Magazine (a publication of Future Earth) and Back Pocket Media to take the magazine’s new fiction series “The Climate Parables,” from the page to the stage.
The series starts with the idea that survival in the Anthropocene depends on upgrading not just our technology, but also our collective imagination. From there, some of the most creative science fiction writers such as Kim Stanley Robinson and Eliot Peper, speculate on what life could be like after we’ve actually mitigated climate change and adapted to chronic environmental stresses.Think of it as climate reporting from the future. Tales of how we succeeded in harnessing new technology and science to work with nature, rather than against it. It’s all wrapped up in an evening of performed journalism that blends science and technology, fiction and non-fiction, video, art, and music. What could possibly go right?
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This Seminar will be streamed live.
This Seminar does not have any downlodable Audio or Video.
Condensed ideas about long-term thinking summarized by Stewart Brand
(with Kevin Kelly, Alexander Rose and Paul Saffo) and a foreword by Brian Eno.
We would also like to recognize George Cowan (01920 - 02012) for being the first to sponsor this series.Would you like to be a featured Sponsor?
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