About this Event
Feeling like it's doomsday? Nivi Achanta, founder of Soapbox Project, is joining us to talk about how to design climate solutions for a joyful world. Most mainstream climate solutions are rooted in the narratives of fear and urgency. Those emotions are real and important... but they also might be why we're missing the point. Nivi will help you change the narrative by anchoring on the importance of joy in your climate work. In this workshop, you'll be guided through some behavioral science, futurism, and community organizing activities you can use in your own life to design for a better, safer, happier future. Together, we'll imagine the world we want to live in (and learn about why this is a great tool in your joyful activism toolkit!) and start practicing how to have climate conversations that are uplifting and effective.
This workshop is for you if you are having a hard time navigating climate anxiety + the general doomsday feelings of the world right now and you're feeling ready to embrace your role as a change agent.
Brought to you by Climate Designers Seattle in partnership with Work on Climate and Common Cause Collective, this event is open to all Seattle area locals who are inspired to take climate action through their professional work.
Thank you to our event host, Indigo Slate, who will be providing light snacks and drinks!
This event is not limited to 25 attendees! Check here for additional RSVP's: https://lu.ma/76of6dld
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Indigo Slate, 2nd Avenue South, Seattle, WA, USA, United States