RSD9 Keynote. Vandana Shiva: Design, like every other discipline over the last few centuries, has been limited by colonialism and anthropocentrism – the assumption that colonising cultures are superior to the colonised, and humans are superior to other species.
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RSD8 Keynote. Chris Rudd: The future of the community depends on ending racism.
RSD8 Keynote. Terry Irwin: Transitioning entire societies toward more sustainable long-term futures will involve ongoing systems level change over long horizons of time.
RSD7 Keynote. Chido Govera: The presentation explores approaches and interventions implemented by The Future of Hope Foundation to engage marginalized members of society, specifically women and girls in Zimbabwe.
RSD6 Keynote. John Ehrenfeld: The modernist bundle of beliefs and norms, which has powered Western societies for centuries, has begun to misfire badly in both the human and natural domains. “Sustainability” is not the answer.
RSD6 Keynote. Karl Otto Ellefsen: Myre is a fishing village in the Northern part of Norway, that I have followed for 50 years, and investigated by discussing transforming morphologies.