We are beyond thrilled to announce that our festival of hope, surprise, and inspiration is back in Barcelona this December. In fact, we’re so excited that we’ve gone a bit overboard with the programme — expect more speakers, more activities, more screenings, and more surprises! ► Get the programme, speakers, and updates directly in your
In July, we embarked on a wild journey around our planet. We met weekly for our virtual Fixing the Future Nature Talks, a free online event that brought together activists and conservation heroes, storytellers and adventurers, and all of our Atlas community to answer one question: how can we live in harmony with the earth?
Join us from 6 – 27 July 2021 for our second online edition of ‘Fixing the Future’: Nature talks, a series of conversations with pioneers who are rethinking humanity’s relationship with nature. After the success of the 2020 edition on the future of education, Fixing the future is back – still online and free –
“Museums that involve citizens are the future.” Jordi Costa is the writer, filmmaker and cultural critic behind the exhibitions at Barcelona’s CCCB, one of Europe’s most diverse, important and creative cultural arts centres. The cinema-loving curator was appointed Head of the Exhibition Department of the Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona in September 2019; that is, just a
15 things that have given me joy as Editor of Atlas of the Future Yes, it’s officially time for me to lift-off. After six wonder-filled years journeying around the world thanks to the stellar innovations of people creating better futures, I’m jumping spaceship onto my next adventure. But before I get carried away with spacey
What links Arcade Fire, lab-grown chicken burgers, the rare white Arabian oryx, masks made from plastic waste and the circular economy? We’re closing a tough year and starting a fresh one with a trip around the world, travelling from Afghanistan to Zambia in a gorgeous reminder of what’s good – a mix of meaningful innovations, excellent examples of resilience and things
It’s been a rough and challenging year, but the good news is that societal problems can be solved by humanity itself – which means that learning has never been more important. When it comes to education, 2020 has been full of realisations about the extent to which empathy and ethics matter for society and the role that technology
Join us for a special online edition of ‘Fixing the future’ from 29 October-10 December 2020, as the future of education is explained by seven of the world’s most inspiring experts. After the success of the 2018 and 2019 editions, Fixing the future is back – now online and free – to explore the future of
David Price wants us to be curious in today’s digitally connected world. We can solve wicked problems with learning culture.