Is the future accessible?

The Western world points to solutions for dealing with the climate changes. But how does that affect parts of the world less developed? Who is left behind?
20 Nov 15:00 - 16:00
Location: Roskilde Festival Højskole

With climate changes putting pressure on us to change our ways of living and consuming, minimalist environmentally friendly design, limiting unnecessary production and innovation are often seen as the solution to a lot of these problems.

But who gets left behind when these decisions are made?

Students from Roskilde Festival Højskole will host a talk and debate regarding the societal consequences of environmentalism across the globe.

This workshop will address the social consequences that may occur in the sustainable development that takes place around the world, specifically policy initiatives in companies and workplaces. The workshop will investigate and take the audience on a journey to show what these sustainable initiatives do for industries and structures that do not have the same opportunities as in the West.

Guests: Professor Jacob Dahl Rendtorff and CEO of Riddlehouse Palle Katring-Rasmussen

The language used in this event is English.

Curated by Roskilde Festival Højskole