Phoebe Tickell is a renegade scientist, systems designer and social entrepreneur, passionate about creating opportunities for transformation of people – and through that, transformation of society, and planet. Her field research areas include exploring molecular biology, the future of technology, designing a new food system, experimenting with new ways of working, or creating alternatives to our current education system.
Phoebe is the founder of Moral Imaginations, an organisation that is developing collective imagination practices to reconnect people to a sense of cosmic identity and restored meaning-making. She asks the question, “Can imagination power our moral courage and expanded empathy for the world?” We are excited to welcome Phoebe to this session to speak about her work with communities and cross sector networks.
eARTh explores the space between environment, the arts and education.
“With eARTh we want to address the eco emergency by reimagining hopeful futures through artistic, educational and environmental activities.”
Professor Lucy English
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