This year is about taking Broto’s ideas from conversation and putting them into action.
Starting this month (January), we will host three, monthly Zoom-based working groups to drill down into the big ideas. Contributions are voluntary. Join the conversation.
1. Collaboration Blueprint: How can we develop Broto’s art-sci Collaboration Blueprint? Let’s find collaborations to test the model.
Starting January 13, 2021 at 3 PM. One hour.
2. Pro-Nature Culture: If behavior change is required in a climate-friendly society, how do we affect culture? Are we divorced from nature and how do we reconcile?
Starting January 19, 2021 at 3 PM. One hour.
3. Bank of Nature: How do we ensure Nature gets a fair deal through an “Interactive, not Extractive” society? How do we reinvest in Nature?
Starting January 20, 2021 at 3 PM. One hour
Please consider joining us in monthly discussions and contribute your big ideas! Email firstname.lastname@example.org with inquiries.
We’ll be back in May with a new art-science collaboration conference, examining novel ideas in the sustainability world.
May TBD, 2021
A virtual art-science conference about global citizenship and its implications for climate. Our prelim coming soon page is here.
Bank of Nature Newsletter
One outcome from our Broto: Affinity conference in December 2020 is a subscriber-based newsletter called Bank of Nature.
Through articles, interviews, podcasts and more, we’ll explore our relationship to nature and its implications for the climate crisis. You can subscribe here. $5/month for full access to the Bank of Nature archive. All proceeds go to funding the Broto: Art-Climate-Science program.
Latest Blog Posts
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