Join us for a two-hour online conference exploring what the future may look like in 2030, 2040, 2050, and what the coming changes could mean..
What impact will the new era of climate and ecological crisis have on the concept of a career? How will the coming changes affect the sectors you might want to work in? What transferable skills might you need for the future?
Hear from activists and experts and sign up for Q and A sessions with leading thinkers in a range of fields.
What will I do and learn?
- Learn more about the future ecological scenarios and what this could mean for the world of work during your lifetime.
- Inspiring leaders in the business of making a difference will share their views on how you can embed action and activism into your profession.
- Once registered you will be able to choose from a menu of breakout sessions where leading professionals from a range of fields will be present to answer your questions and give their views on how the crisis will impact their field.
Date: Saturday 30th April 2022
Time: 10am – 12:30pm
Information: Book your ticket via Eventbrite and complete the registration form. You will then receive a link to the Microsoft Teams Webinar!
Who will I learn from?
Clover Hogan, Manish Jain, Ben Rawlence
Future of Education
Future of Art
Ackroyd & Harvey
Future of Architecture:
Future of Finance:
Future of Healthcare:
Future of Construction:
Future of Writing and Journalism:
Future of Law and Justice:
Future of Energy & Infrastructure:
Future of Fashion:
Future of Food and Agriculture:
Future of Water:
Alice Skennerton Barroll
Hannah Hooper and Sophie Palmer (Force of Nature)
Bluebelle Caroll (BMC Youth Panel)
Benard Ndkaka and Collins Busuru (Fridays for Future Kenya)
Charlie James, Samer Karrar, Aleena Kahn, Tress Thomas and Anna Masclans – among others!
This course is rated as 1 (fully accessible) on our scale of accessibility as it takes place online.
Please see our booking terms & conditions on the Eventbrite page for more information. When booking, you confirm you agree to these terms.