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Tuesday, December 8 • 18:00 - 20:00
Place To Brief

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Place to Brief is an everyday evening briefing, shaped as a live talk-show, taking place in the Lounge, on the main stage. A panel of 3 to 5 international speakers will create a conversation on the thematic of the day. This program will be live streamed at placetob.org/live.

Limited seating available.
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How can we build a new shared meaning?
From education to marketing we need to have meaningful conversation about climate change and connect it to what we viscerally care about in our day to day life. What is the nature of the fight we need to have? Education has a role, but what about the satire, and good satire?

What is the role of Art, Education, and Creation in climate change? How do we get beyond old and perhaps outdated systems of thinking? What is the ‘new’ philosophy that could be a guiding set of principles which would lead to different actions.  Should the notion of autonomous individuals be replaced with something which increase the value of the collective?

Speakers
avatar for Tara DEPORTE

Tara DEPORTE

Founder, Human Impacts Institute
Blogger, Photographer, NGO Representative, Writer, Youtuber, visual artist! | | Tara DePorte is an award-winning educator, artist and public figure who creates opportunities for social and environmental action. | | As an educator, Tara has developed hundreds of workshops for the public, primary and secondary schools, universities, private companies, and government bodies—using creativity and hands-on learning as central tools. She... Read More →
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Asher Jay

Creative Conservation, National Geographic Emerging Explorer
Asher Jay Creative conservationist Asher Jay is a designer, artist, writer, and activist who uses creative concepts and design to advance animal rights, sustainable development, and humanitarian causes. Her art, sculpture, design installations, films, and advocacy advertising campaigns bring attention to everything from oil spills and dolphin slaughters to shrinking lion populations.
avatar for Thomas KOLSTER

Thomas KOLSTER

Mr. Goodvertising, author, critic, sustainability expert, Goodvertising
Thomas Kolster is an adman on a mission. Counting more than 15 years of agency experience his belief is that the communication industry has a pivotal role to play in promoting a more sustainable mindset and behaviour, and that by making advertising better we can make the world better. His book “Goodvertising” is the most comprehensive book to date exploring communication for good. The Huffington Post recently dubbed him “Inspirational... Read More →
avatar for Rama MANI

Rama MANI

Co-Creator, Theatre of Transformation
Talk to me about the power of art to transform the world. Talk to me about your creative capacity to transform crisis into opportunity. I believe passionately in the combined power of creativity, compassion and consciousness to transform the world. I am a peacebuilder, poet and performance artist. My 25 years of strategic experience in global governance, peace and security impelled me to innovate ‘Theatre of Transformation’ to transform the... Read More →
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Surprise Guest TBA

Artist
Every evening, a special and surprise guest will close the Place to Brief. We want him/her to be anounced until the very last minute!
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James Toomey

Syndicated Cartoonist, Sherman's Lagoon
Jim Toomey is one of North America’s premier syndicated cartoonists and famous for his comic strip Sherman’s Lagoon which appears in more than 150 North American newspapers.


Tuesday December 8, 2015 18:00 - 20:00
Lounge 5 rue de Dunkerque, 75010 Paris

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