Access to Tomorrow
- Access to Tomorrow-Can we stop global warming in the next 30 years? According to the team at Project Drawdown, the answer is yes. We can keep the temperature of the Earth from rising past the critical mark of 1.5 degrees Celsius, by drawing down carbon out of the atmosphere and beginning the process of reversing global warming.
- Access to Tomorrow-We want to have a broad conversation about the different dimensions of sustainability and discuss how we can achieve a better access to tomorrow. In this session, we are giving different people with a broad variety of backgrounds in tech, the chance to talk with one another on how tech can become more sustainable and future-proof.
- Access to Tomorrow-Can artificial intelligence transform a society into a safer place? Certainly. Is that possible without losing basic fundaments of a democratic and humanistic consensus? Arguably. A cultural approach to the question of how western democracies explore their AI-boundaries.
- Access to Tomorrow-How does our food get from the field to our fork? Along the distribution chain, what are the social forces that make people hungry? And where does food injustice, in the form of food insecurity, intersect with other forms of inequalities? This panel will tackle efforts to transform our future food supply chains, and to make our food system more equitable.
- Access to Tomorrow-The gap between activism on the streets and online debate seems to become bigger in between the last years: Whilst the biggest street demonstrations were held by progressive activists, the debating culture online suffered from hatred through alt-rights and trolls. We want to look at strategies that use online communities to mobilize people for activism, how those strategies differ in different political directions and which strategies actually work best.
- Access to Tomorrow-Drinking water from a plastic bottle kills a marine bird somewhere, buying tomatoes grown in a greenhouse murders a whale. Causality, the relation between cause and effect, is the brain’s way of organizing data and we are hardwired to perceive causality. In the age of the anthropocene causality is broken.
- Access to Tomorrow-The internet abbreviation ASAP stands for “as soon as possible” - and explains the state of urgency that our global and digital society is in. This discussion tackles the overall sentiment of As Soon As Possible from a social, economic and political standpoint.