Jem Bendell and Gehan Macleod in conversation, chaired by layla-roxanne hill|
What does climate breakdown mean for us in practice?
How do our lives need to change to respond to an increasingly unstable and unpredictable future?
How do we ensure that we don't leave anyone behind?
Jem's paper 'Deep Adaptation: a map for navigating climate tragedy' predicts inevitable collapse, probable catastrophe and possible extinction.
Hosted by Enough!'s layla-roxanne, Jem and Gehan will discuss the core themes of the Deep Adaptation agenda - resilience, relinquishment and restoration - with a view to social, environmental and racial justice, grounded in a Scottish and global context.
The Deep Adaptation framework suggests that societal collapse happens through climate breakdown. Some people may find this a difficult conversation. There will be a chance to spend time together after the event, and we will point out existing support groups for follow-up conversations.
The Brian Cox Studio Theatre, Scottish Youth Theatre (View)
The Old Sheriff Court, 105 Brunswick Street
Glasgow G2 3EZ
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|