More than 70 international experts, with more than 50 ideas and projects to inspire change, will meet on 16–17 September 2022 at CCCB.
Can the future be sustainable and fair? Is our clothing ethical? Will creativity save us? How can we protect the oceans? These are just some of the questions that we will address on 16 and 17 September 2022 at the Centre for Contemporary Culture in Barcelona (CCCB) during the 3rd edition of Fixing the Future Festival organised by Atlas of the Future. Over two days, the festival will bring together more than 70 international experts on climate change, biodiversity, food and sustainable fashion, art and culture, urbanism and mobility.
This is a must-see for those who want to change the world by listening to the pioneering voices that are helping us face the planet’s greatest challenges with the most creative solutions and revolutionary ideas.
? Two days of inspiring speakers
This year’s FutureFixers line-up includes producer, visual artist and activist Brian Eno (known for his many collaborations with artists as diverse as U2, David Bowie, Talking Heads, Coldplay and Paul Simon); sustainable fashion influencer and artivist Marina Testino; Turkish novelist and political commentator Ece Temelkuran; Executive Director of Oxfam International Gabriela Bucher; founder and CEO of Shining Hope for Communities (SHOFCO) Kennedy Odede, one of Africa’s best-known community organisers and social entrepreneurs, Forbes 30 under 30; co-founder & Executive Vice Chairman of the Eden Project Sir Tim Smit KBE; author, founder and Chief Pollinator of Volans John Elkington, considered the godfather of modern sustainability; titanic teen conservationist, writer and board Director of Reserva: The Youth Land Trust Bella Lack (remote guest); sustainable fashion leader and Global Creative Director of Fashion Revolution Orsola de Castro (remote guest); co-founder & Executive President of Holaluz, Carlota Pi, and many more. All sessions will be in English and Catalan.
?? Special family workshop programme
In addition to the conference, Fixing the Future Festival is offering fun and educational STEAM workshops for families that help develop the skills to solve the challenges of the future.
For children between 6 and 12 years old, the workshops explore educational robotics, digital manufacturing, maker projects, LEGO games, coding introduction, creativity workshops and hands on activities.
Family activities will take place throughout Saturday 17 September in the CCCB hall, in parallel with the conference, and will be run by Ro-botica, Dominic Wilcox (Little Inventors) and Bethany Koby (Famstudio).
With the support of Aigües de Barcelona, Holaluz and Agència de Residus de Catalunya and in collaboration with Oxfam Intermón, SPARK, CCCB and Pla Metropolità de Barcelona, we’re back in Barcelona to reimagine our cities, clothes, food, oceans, culture, and more.
► Check out the full programme.
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