The Sequel: What Will Follow Our Troubled Civilisation? – film launch, and two other resources for these challenging times

Surviving the Future triple launch

So, I hope you enjoyed tonight’s launch of the film and post-panel with Kate Raworth, Caroline Lucas and Rob Hopkins!  As promised, here are the links for the new online course and online dictionary:

 
‘Surviving the Future: Conversations for Our Time’
– an eight-week online course starting Apr 6. Discuss our times with guest teachers including Helena Norberg-Hodge, Kate Raworth and Rob Hopkins

LeanLogic.online
– the interactive, searchable version of the late David Fleming’s legendary ‘Dictionary for the Future and How to Survive It’

 
And from today onwards, the film is now available to all for purchase on DVD or via online streaming services including Vimeo On Demand and Amazon Prime (UK or US).
 
We are determined that none should be barred from discussing these extraordinary times by tight finances, so we hope you enjoyed the free stream of the film, discounts and scholarships for the course are available, and Chelsea Green Publishing have kindly authorised that the interactive dictionary is free-to-access for the next three months.

Note that our deliberations over moving the planned livestreamed physical launch at St. Ethelburga’s to this fully-online event are explained here.

 

5 Responses to “The Sequel: What Will Follow Our Troubled Civilisation? – film launch, and two other resources for these challenging times”

  1. Jane Stephenson Says:

    Finally is the word! Can’t wait. Please let us know the date and how to get tickets as soon as you can.

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  3. Gillian Paschkes-Bell Says:

    While we collectively agonise about coronavirus, we find ourselves forced to take many of the actions required to reduce carbon emissions. While countless businesses are threatened with financial failure, we are given the opportunity to ‘think outside the box’ and start doing things differently. The launch of The Sequel could not be more timely – even though the timing means that the main live launch event has wisely been cancelled. The Sequel points the way towards a new way of organising ourselves, not proscriptively, like a recipe, but by highlighting the fundamental principles that can underpin the creativity of local communities.

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