How can we rebuild outdated thinking with fresh perspectives? Presented at ANTIDOTE November 2020.
Advocate for Indigenous-led design Jefa Greenaway, social researcher Rebecca Huntley and one of Australia's leading economic journalists Jessica Irvine, offer fresh ideas to reshape our world. Hosted by Tom Tilley.
2020 will go down in history as a year of disruption. From catastrophic bushfires that revealed climate change's devastating impact, to fury at lethal racism, and a global pandemic that collapsed economies, relationships, and social norms. But destruction and uncertainty present an opportunity: a chance to radically change the way we think.
Architect Jefa Greenaway works in Indigenous-led design, and believes connection to country and history of shared culture is the key to imagining how we shape our spaces. Social researcher Rebecca Huntley's latest book focuses on the political polarisation around climate change. One of Australia's leading economic journalists, Jessica Irvine, considers the role of economic reform in recovering from the crises of 2020. Join these future-facing thinkers as we explore what new philosophies will help us rebuild our shared future.
First broadcast Sunday November 29 2020.
Duration: approx 60 minutes.
Rental period: 30 days