Video Recording: “Resilience in Major Sectors” art call presentation and discussion

Michele Guieu | February 28, 2024 | Leave a Comment

Video Recording of the event

Online Event on the Deep Transformation Network
Artists and Creatives Group
hosted by Michele Guieu

Tuesday, March 12, 2024.
12:00 pm  to 1:30 pm PST – Online
THE LINK TO THE EVENT IS HERE. It is your access to the zoom link. 

Join us for a gathering inspired by the “Think Resilience” course from the Post Carbon Institute. This event is centered around an art call focused on the critical sectors of Manufacturing, Transportation, and Buildings, in a world that is navigating challenges of reduced energy and resources.

Whether or not you plan to contribute to the art call, this event provides a unique opportunity to explore the central themes of resilience, adaptation, and transformation. We will screen Lesson 20 by Richard Heinberg, the author of the “Think Resilience” course, followed by a conversation.

Don’t miss this opportunity to participate in the dialogue shaping the What’s Next for Earth art project.

“Manufacturing, transportation, and buildings use energy to provide goods and services; transforming these sectors will entail finding ways to use less energy for these purposes, ways to use it that suit renewable energy sources, and ways to provide for human needs while using fewer material resources and producing less pollution. Land use planning touches on every aspect of local government concern, involving decisions on air quality, water quality, biodiversity, transportation options, economic vitality, and quality of life. And sound public policy is essential to community resilience efforts—with the recognition that imposing policies from above without adequate understanding of, or support for, those policies from community members will lead to political failure.”
 – Richard Heinberg

More about the What’s Next for Earth project here.

Our Current Art Call.

Our Current exhibition: Meeting Essential Community Needs

The 19 exhibitions based on the Think Resilience Course by Post Carbon Institute

whatsnextforearth on Instagram.

Photo: Michele Guieu “At the Crossroads,” photo-montage  ©2021 Michele Guieu

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