A rapid response webinar on the nuclear implications of the invasion of the Ukraine. Professor Tatsujiro Suzuki will cover:

Planetary Health: Protecting Nature to Protect Ourselves.

Author Kim Stanley Robinson discusses his latest book, “Ministry for the Future”.

Power: Limits and Prospects for Human Survival

Systemic Risks and the Four Dilemmas of our Time

Chemicals, Declining Fertility and the Polycrisis.

Dr. David Korowicz, a physicist and human systems ecologist, discusses anticipatory preparedness and resilience.

What Happens in Texas Won’t Stay in Texas webinar with Michael Webber

Education, empowerment, employment and economics: tools for building a promising future.

Summertime in Winter ​with Akwasi Aidoo, poet, human rights and peace advocate.

Round table discussion with Joan Diamond, Steve Heilig, Samantha Suppiah, Ed Saltzberg, and Jason Groves hosted by Christina Conklin

The World That Food Made

Navigating a Path Between Fantasy and Doom – A Top-Down Overview

In this video, Nate Hagens, Director of EnergyandOurFuture.org, covers the state of the economy, environment and human cultural situation in the face of the recent Coronavirus.

The question and answer session from this talk is available here.

OMEGA webinar with grassroots community organizers

Isabel Castillo, Ebony Guy, Duane Edwards and Russel Chisholm will be in conversation with Shorey Myers

Co-hosted by Virginia Organizing, Foresight Analysis Nexus (FAN), The Millennium Alliance for Humanity and the Biosphere (MAHB), and The Resilience Project (TRP)

While the Global Challenges faced by OMEGA are wide-ranging, the impacts are concretely felt by communities on the front lines. Three grassroots organizers working on issues including racism, climate change, and extractive industries share their views on the Global Challenges, the impacts felt by communities, and the intersectional work needed to accelerate our transition to a just, sustainable and resilient world.

Farming and eating during times of COVID19

Covid-19: Learning from the crisis and re-imagining he future for environmental and climate challenges

Thomas Homer Dixon addresses the Upside of Down, his forthcoming book Commanding Hope, and the Cascade Institute.