Deep Time Walk is a transformative journey through 4.6bn years of Earth history via a 4.6km guided walk to encourage critical thinking about humanity’s role in today’s sustainability challenges and our role in seeking solutions.
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When thinking about today’s social and environmental challenges, how can a multi-solving approach help to deliver solutions to many problems? A workshop to provoke critical solutions thining.
In this interactive, solutions-focused workshop, we’ll work together to find policies that will keep the planet below 1.5 degrees hotter than pre-industrial levels, and explore issues of social and climate justice at the same time.
A full day of Carbon Literacy Training to help individuals and teams understand why CO2 and emissions and global heating are connected, and how to reduce emissions – individually and collectively.
Build an understanding of the problems that a linear economy causes, how a circular economy can tackle these problems, and how to support a sustainable, circular economy.
An interactive, participatory workshop based on data from the IPCC reports. In 4 hours, we’ll learn the causes and consequences of climate change, and think critically about what we can do to be part of the solution.