Visit Us at The 2020 Broto: Art-Climate-Science conference explores Deep Time

Deep Time & Climate

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Nicholas Paul Brysiewicz, from the The Long Now, artist-philosopher Jonathon Keats from Millennium Camera and oceanographer Hilairy Hartnett from Arizona State University outline the opportunities of very long time horizons and their implications for managing climate change. In conversation with Ian Edwards, Broto founder. 40 minutes, plus live Q&A with the presenters. Free admission.

Nicholas Paul Brysiewicz

Philosopher, engineer, public speaker

Ian Edwards

Producer of Broto: Art-Climate-Science, sustainability consultant, journalist, educator

Hilairy Hartnett

Biogeochemist, astrobiologist, oceanographer, urban ecologist, educator

Jonathon Keats

Artist, philosopher, critic, fabulist, journalist

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