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WEDNESDAY 14 APRIL 7.30pm: “Assembly of humans and more than humans” with Perry Walker
Resolving the climate crisis requires us to move beyond an exclusively human way of seeing the world. It also requires thinking and acting in much longer time scales than we are used to. The Assembly gives you the opportunity to try this out.
Please be aware that:
- It will be longer than the normal session – it starts at7:30pm, but will finish at 9:30pm
- You will need to use a laptop or Desktop computer as a largerscreen will help the process work better
- The session will be interactive, so please be prepared to takepart
You will need to book to attend, as places are limited – Therefore, please let us know by email (email@example.com) that you wish to attend, thank you.
What will The Assembly of Humans and More Than Humans explore? The Assembly uses role play to decide on a planning application for wind turbines in rural Wales. In terms of More Than Humans, people play roles such as peat bogs, bats, eagles, rare earths and atmosphere – alongside an energy company and local farmers. In terms of time, roles vary from Ken Saro-Wiwa, the Ogoni activist murdered in 1995, to future generations in Greenland. All participants negotiate on an equal footing.
Most of the time, you will be in a small group with a facilitator. You’ll have cards with information, poetry etc. to help you take on your role.
It is going to be a fascinating evening with a difference!
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