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Chronicles of Ecotopia: Telling stories about Sustainable Futures

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OPEN TO THE PUBLIC UPON REGISTRATION. The role of creatives, designers and policymakers has never been more important - both in making a new society desirable and the nuts and bolts of making it work. The Chronicles of Ecotopia is a film showing, followed by a discussion that explores the role of creating aspirational stories and visions of positive futures. Just as the 'Futurama', 'Autotopia' exhibitions defined much of the way we live in the 20th Century, moves are now underway to create the same collective positive vision for the 21st Century.
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  • COP15
When 16 Dec 2009
from 11:00 AM to 01:00 PM
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The event is about how to galvanise creative professionals, policymakers, big brands and social innovators to work together towards creating the innovative solutions that will create tomorrow's sustainable world. The intention is to get a global group creatives and policymakers in the same room to inspire each other and discuss the potential for a new platform for inspiring visions of a sustainable future and the innovations we need to solve todays bid problems. Among the guest speakers are Jaqueline McGlade, Executive Director, European Environment Agency and Bill Becker, Executive Director, Presidential Climate Action Project. Ronan Uhel, Head of the Natural Systems and Vulnerability Programme, at EEA, will represent the EEA.

Organiser: Micro Macro Monde, Fair Knowledge, European Environment Agency

Venue: EEA, Kongens Nytorv 6, Copenhagen, conference room

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