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Date: January 28, 2022
Time: 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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As we move into the 21st century, challenges of our civilization continue aggravating, creating a “tsunami” of global risks that threaten the very existence of the global civilization and our species. Climate and biodiversity crises are a declared state of emergency, yet the majority of global population expects “someone else”, whether politicians or technological innovators, to “solve the problem”. Yet, without massive humanity-scale relearning of mindsets and habits, no technological or policy design would suffice. The key to the future is learning – and it has to begin with individuals and communities that “model the future”, or live in the mode of Protopia.

The main focus of this conversation will be: how do we learn to become “agents of the future”, how do we transform ourselves to live & act as “the system we want to see in the world”? What are the skills of leaders that grow “evolutionary learning communities” for the learning & thriving planet? How can we catalyze and lead a collective learners’ action that will work towards the learning & thriving planet?  How can we model our lives to inspire a planet wide movement in service of the planetary shift towards an emerging future civilization?

Speakers in the session include:

  • Alexander Laszlo, director of research
  • Laszlo Institute for New Paradigm Research
  • Lev Gordon, cofounder Living Cities
  • Ollie Bream McIntosh, managing director Social Systems Lab
  • Donna Nelham, cofounder Unstitution
  • William Stranger, provost, New Paradigm College
  • Sam Guarnaccia, composer, classical guitarist, scholar, and founder/director of Sam Guarnaccia Music

Session facilitator: Pavel Luksha, founder, Global Education Futures, and director, School of Evolutionary Transition

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Event Posted by: Jennifer Morgan