Latest Events

A UNESCO-MOST BRIDGES 

Sustainability Science Coalition CAFE event,
29th Feb, Online, free

UNESCO-MOST BRIDGES is built on a series of principles that advocate for a paradigm shift in the Euro-US-centric landscape of research and pedagogy. This broad ambition is anchored in realisations that, despite best intentions, sustainability science and the confidence in technological innovation are falling short of meaningfully addressing the UN SDGs. BRIDGES maintains that the implementation of humanities-driven transdisciplinary sustainability science offers a helpful alternative that is able to generate the innovative thinking required to address today’s polycrises in meaningful ways.

This interactive café provides a discursive creative space to collaboratively consider what humanities-driven research and education means. It is designed to stimulate and co-produce, rather than inform – and offers a place to share ideas and learn from each other.

The notion of education and research being driven by the humanities raises a number of questions. Please come with your thoughts, ideas and questions so that we can tease out a clearer understanding of humanities-driven sustainability science, education and practice, and generate new insights enabling effective pathways to a more sustainable future, together.

Delivered in collaboration between University of Wales, Trinity Saint David, and Arizona State University.

In the Mood for Poetic Futures

January 26th 2024 | 4.30 – 6.30 UTC

Welcome to a full, exciting and unprecedented poetic journey composed of an introductory poetic multiple performance, an inspiring roundtable with various poets from around the world to discuss the role of poetry and poetics to imagine and co-write possible desirable futures for tomorrow, followed by an open poetic mic where the audience will be invited to come on stage and share their poems in any possible language they wish. 

Youth Climate Summit

Redesigning Educational Models to
Map to Global Sustainability

Steven Hartman speaking on the intersection of humanities and sustainability at the Youth Climate Summit. ⁠Hosted by World Systems Solutions as part of the WSS EmpowerED Program series.

From grassroots to courtrooms

Litigation as a vector for transformations

Future Earth-UNESCO-MOST BRIDGES Coalition team-up event recorded on Friday 15 December in collaboration with Arizona State University’s Julie Ann Wrigley Global Futures Laboratory and the Mary Ann Fulton Teacher’s College.

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