Time: 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Location: Ted Mann Concert Hall
Cost: $20 reserved seating
Cutting carbon emissions won’t be the end of the climate change story. It’s just the beginning. In this compelling talk – “Bots, Bacteria and Carbon” – internationally renowned futurist Jamais Cascio will explore the potential course of planet Earth over the next 50 years, painting a picture of what a sustainable, resilient world could look like. Working with multiple future scenarios, he’ll show the often-unexpected ways in which the choices we make today will shape the decades to come.
Cascio’s presentation will be complemented by an aerial arts performance by Ribnic Circus featuring the eclectic stylings of musician and aerialist Kelsey Long and aerialist, dancer and contortionist Caitlin Marion.
About Ensia Live
Ensia Live brings environmental visionaries to the Twin Cities for evenings filled with engaging ideas and entertainment. Presenters will open your eyes and enrich your mind as they showcase environmental solutions in action. Encompassing science, arts, design and more, Ensia Live inspires new ways of looking at the world and our place in it.
21st Avenue Parking Ramp
More information: http://ensia.com/live/
To request disability accommodations, please contact Molly Buss, Institute on the Environment (firstname.lastname@example.org, 612-626-9553)