Urban Ideas has organised the following event:
It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the scale of the challenges we face, from the climate emergency to social inequality and the destruction of our natural world. Can one individual make a difference? We’ll discuss examples of built environment professionals and organisations who are stepping up to maximise their individual and collective agency to help bring about changes towards a regenerative future. Let’s create a hopeful path forward, by walking it together.
Date: 8 December 2021
Time: 8pm – 9pm
Register: Sign up here
About Sarah Ichioka
Sarah Ichioka is a strategist, curator, writer, and the founding director of Desire Lines, a consultancy for environmental, cultural, and social-impact organizations and initiatives. Her book Flourish: Design Paradigms for our Planetary Emergency, co-authored with Michael Pawlyn, is published this year. In previous roles, she has explored the intersections of cities, society and ecology within leading international institutions of culture, policy and research. Ichioka has been recognized as a World Cities Summit Young Leader, one of the Global Public Interest Design 100, a British Council / Clore Duffield Cultural Leadership International Fellow, and an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects. She holds degrees from Yale and the London School of Economics & Political Science.