CCARE and the University of Edinburgh’s Centre for Technomoral Futures and Global Compassion Initiative are thrilled to announce a groundbreaking event bringing compassion science into dialogue with climate science. There has never been a more urgent time to marshal the forces of compassion to change our relationship with the planet. The recent United Nations climate report—endorsed by hundreds of scientists and representing thinking from every country on Earth—likens the current situation to a “code red” for humanity. Droughts, heatwaves, flooding, wildfires—the signs are all around us that we need to act now. We invite you to join a stellar lineup of scientists, activists, artists, and changemakers for a series of conversations about what we in the compassion community can do to usher in a new era of change.
Compassion is one of the strongest motivations known to humankind. By joining this event, you can help us find new ways to catalyze this motivation now, while there is time for us to act on behalf of others in the human family. The global community’s response to climate change cannot rely on scientific expertise, accurate data, and technical excellence alone—it requires realizing the power of a compassionate planet.
EARLY REGISTRATION OPEN! | Registered delegates receive access to the live event, recorded sessions, and exclusive changemaking resources
LIVE ONLINE | NOV 05 | 10:00 – 18:00 UTC | 3:00 – 11:00 PDT | 6:00 – 14:00 EDT | 19:00 – 3:00 (+1) JST | 21:00 – 5:00 (+1) AEDT
Delegate tickets begin at just $20 | Scholarships available – apply online