Conference Agenda 2024

Day 1 – Tuesday, September 10

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13.30 - 14.00 CEST

Introduction to the Conference

Facilitators:

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14.00 - 16.00 CEST

Session One: Tipping Points: The Negatives & The Positives

As the world teeters on the brink of multiple catastrophic tipping points that can trigger collapses in ecological and social systems, humanity holds a key to its salvation: the potential to trigger positive tipping points for rapid transformation to social norms that reinforce earth system stability and social system resilience. This session will gather leading experts on tipping points – both adverse ones and beneficial ones – to explore how best to
navigate our predicaments.

 

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16.00 - 17.00 CEST

Mindful Movement with Jennifer Dhyana Nucci and Networking

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17.00 - 19.00 CEST

Session Two: Municipalities & Bioregions: Place-Based Collapse Resilience

2024 marks a conscious shift for r3.0 into a primary focus on place-based engagement, specifically at the nested scales of municipalities and bioregions, as these represent the most promising contexts for navigating collapse with resilience. This session focuses on the systemic innovations that communities are seeding to ruggedize in the context of increasing complexity and potential crashes.

Day 2 – Wednesday, September 11

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14.00 - 16.00 CEST

Session Three: Blueprint ZERO: Just Transitions to Regenerative Economies & Cultures

Building on 7 years of co-creating a first generation of nine Blueprints in its Knowledge Commons, r3.0 launches a second generation with the foundational Blueprint ZERO, focused on just transitions to regenerative economies & cultures. This session features experts leading the visioning of new economies and the evolution of cultures necessary to spur the emergence of regeneration and flourishing.

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16.00 - 17.00 CEST

Mindful Movement with Jennifer Dhyana Nucci and Networking

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17.00 - 19.00 CEST

Session Four: Thresholds & Allocations: Respecting Carrying (and Caring) Capacities of the Commons

Limits to Growth Lead Author Dana Meadows coined the term “overshoot and collapse” to describe the dynamic of transgressing carrying capacity thresholds, leading to inevitable systemic breakdowns. To counteract overshoot and collapse, we need to respect the carrying capacities of ecological and social systems in our collective commons, which we can best do by focusing on our collective caring capacity (to use the term Daniel Christian Wahl inventing in conversation with us.)