written by Liz Kelly, Digital Entertainment Columnist, Examiner As the Olympics wrap-up this week, thought leaders are gathering at The Global Summit 2012 in London Aug 15-17th to discuss global issues and ways digital entertainment education can help solve problems.
A catalyst for collaboration throughout the year, The Global Summit delivers a road-map for year-round action called 7 Stages to Sustainability (7SS). Pre-Summit Webinars covers Stages 1, 2, and 3 are “what we do at home and in our communities”.
Polly Higgins, the Earth’s Lawyer with Sudanese Ecologist, Dr. Suad Sulaiman, 7SS Stage 2/7 – Thurs, Aug 2
Polly Higgins on Eradicating Ecocide with Sudanese Environmental Ecologist, Dr. Suad Sulaiman Thurs, Aug 2 -10:30am PST/ 6:30pm GMT in Pre-Summit Webinar #3 - Stage 2/ 7, Assess your social, economic and environmental assets!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: The Global Summit – International Forum Forges Global Collaboration, Amidst Olympics Spotlight.
Whilst last week’s Opening Ceremony celebrated hope and world peace, The Global Summit’s upcoming 2012 Biennial Meeting aims to co-create a sustainable future that will burn long after the torch goes out.
Webinar #2 Thurs, July 26 -10:30am PST/ 6:30pm GMT – Stage 1/ 7, Build a Team Around Your Ideal Future!
Stage One of 7 Stages to Sustainability (7SS) begins with the global happiness movement's Laura Musikanski and collaboration social scientist, Jazz Rasool. Join us and experience the full 7 stages.
Get ready for The Global Summit with this integral 4 part webinar series empowering community-led solutions from the ground up. THURSDAYS @ 10:30 PST/ 6:30pm London - July 19, July 26, August 2, and August 9.
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New somatic-emotional research report that marks the beginning of a new embodied conversation around our most pressing global issues.
Reporting for Post Growth Institute Donnie Maclurcan runs Project Australia a not-for-profit incubator, whilst writing books about nanotechnology and global equity/sustainability (PhD focus). "A friend once visited a remote village in Africa. In this village people wore indistinguishable clothing and lived in similar looking homes. Two people, however, had distinct markings on their foreheads and huts. They [...]
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