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Green New Dialogues – Towards a World in which Many Worlds Fit

On September 16th and 17th 2020 I organised two days of workshops and lectures for the RCA cross-college Doctoral Training Programme, which included a first day on ‘Ecologies of Care’, which featured Susana Calo talking about her research (with Godofredo Pereira on CERFI) and Nora Bateson on Warm Data. The second day focused on the Green New Deal, and included Adrian Lahoud on Rights of Future Generations, Julian Siravo from Commonwealth on their GND report, and I gave an abridged version of a paper on the Green New Deal to be published in Making Futures, called Green New Dialogues. This is me giving that paper:

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