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Cultural Innovation International Prize

Assuming climate change as a fascinating challenge

Lecture by Laura Faye Tenenbaum

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Instead of seeing climate change as a struggle, a test or a burden that we have to drag along and cope with, what would happen if we decided to be enthusiastic with the possibilities the future offers us? A way of doing this is to find something in the natural world, focus on it and occupy ourselves with it with more intensity rather than worrying about the struggle or the challenge. Let’s talk about the science of climate change and three ways of dealing with the overwhelming feelings and thoughts towards the complexity and magnitude of the problem.

This lecture is part of the activity programme and prize award presentation ceremony of the 2nd Cultural Innovation International Prize 2016-2017.

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