This year signals a dramatic milestone: 50 years have passed since the first publication of the Club of Rome’s “Limits to Growth”. This milestone coincides with the sense of urgency transmitted by the 2021 IPCC report contrasted by COP26 results which are a far cry from the action that is needed to transform our societies, our economies, and even our thinking to the degree needed for regenerating our planet. It is high time for us start stewarding together a future we can enjoy living in. The challenge in front of us is a monumental one, but we know that with the right approach we can act collectively to create a future where humankind is in balance with itself and the planet.
To confront such a challenge, we need tools that are not only grounded in science and practice but also available to everyone: we all need to become masters in the language of transformation. What needs to happen together to enable this transformation? This is the focus of Transformation Literacy conference which explores six mutually supportive Transformation Enablers. In each event we will take a deep dive into one of the Transformation Enablers: each of them is a necessary component to become a transformation literacy master, yet their mutually supportive character means that we need to combine them to be able to clearly see the path and the actions needed to lead us collectively toward a better world.
What are the stories that inspire transformative change?
How do we organize collective stewardship of change?
How do we guide innovations towards regenerative futures?
How do we measure progress?
How do we learn collectively and navigate differences?
How do we safeguard the commons, and planetary life-support systems?
This digital conference series brings together the experts working at the forefront of transformative change, to share ideas, enrich each other, and disseminate knowledge on how to best tackle the complex challenges of transformation - for a sustainable future that works for all humanity and leaves no one behind.