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Council for Human Future global livestream

Delivering the Human Future, Human Future, February 2021

An online global discussion of the megarisks facing humanity – and what we can do about them

Council for the Human Future wishes to invite you to participate in a global online conference, perhaps the most significant of the decade.

If you wish to take part, please register here, by March 10. Live participant numbers are limited.

March 20-21: livestreamed worldwide. Starting: 1pm PDT

Hosted by: the Council for the Human Future, the Millennium Alliance for Humanity and the Biosphere and Common Home of Humanity.

Highlights:

  • Avoiding a ‘ghastly future’: Em Prof Paul Ehrlich
  • Pandemics and the future of global health: Dr Soumya Swaminathan, WHO
  • Global Water Scarcity: Prof Peter Gleick
  • Hothouse Earth and how to avoid it: Em Prof Will Steffen
  • Extinction and the future of humanity: Prof Gerardo Ceballos
  • Taming the Nuclear Menace: Prof Tilman Ruff
  • Facing population overgrowth: Dr Jane O’Sullivan
  • An economy to save the Earth: Dr Laurie Laybourn
  • Clean Up the Planet: Prof Ravi Naidu
  • AI and other risky technologies: Prof Toby Walsh
  • The Age of Renewable Food: Julian Cribb

EVERY CITIZEN OF EARTH IS INVITED TO WATCH

Help promote the Conference Public Livestream

If you are able to promote the Conference and engage a global public audience to watch the livestream, please encourage people to follow our social media channels where the livestream details will be announced closer to the date:

People can also subscribe to our mailing list on our website to keep up to date on both the Conference and future activities of The Council for the Human Future.

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