Climate-sight 3.0:

beyond COP26 – how to think ahead for a future of disruption & opportunity?  

This follows on the COP26 climate talks in Glasgow, on which the world’s climate future depends. The outcome is a huge uncertainty – but whether positive or negative, there is urgent need for growing the ‘collective climatic intelligence’. This is the focus of our action research program at the talks and beyond, and the theme will run and run.

In this workshop we will explore the connections / disconnections, in selected themes in climate mitigation & adaptation –

  • wider communities of interest – from advocacy to apathy
  • deeper layers of multiple worldviews – from scientists to sceptics
  • longer horizons – from system change to system transformation
  • and then explore some potential pathways of co-learning and co-production.

This builds on the methods and tools for collective intelligence in the Deeper City (https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315765860   

This session is the last in the 2021 Fore-wise and Eco-wise themes programs.  

Time: Friday Dec 3rd 1200 GMT

Registration – https://www.eventbrite.com/e/climate-sight-30-tickets-171766848267

Panel & details to follow

Contact – joe.ravetz@manchester.ac.uk