Be the change you want to see!
Climate change is, without doubt, the biggest environmental challenge facing the global population today. To address this important issue, decision-makers need not only accurate information about how our world is changing now, but also predictions about what might happen in the future.
Join us in our next Wake-Up Call as we discuss:
– The true state of our current climate
– How to apply foresight to an existential crisis
– The main barriers to solving climate change.
– Best practice examples of business models that make a significant impact on environmental sustainability.
Stay tuned for more details soon!
Meet the Speakers
Our Wake-Up Call speakers consist of selected futurists, innovators, creatives and business leaders with years of experience running successful Moonshots and climate-focused projects. We can’t wait to hear their insights…
Harald is passionate about meaning in technology, the future of exponential technologies and its opportunities for society, brands and entrepreneurs – especially in Europe.
Founder & Curator at MLOVE – an event company & innovation agency that inspires event experiences about the Future of Mobility & Smart Cities – Hamburg, Berlin, Monterey, Lisbon, Barcelona, Austin and Singapore, Asia. He is also CEO at MLOVE Foundation (NGO) a scale tech for good initiatives like Promise Hub.
Together with an inspiring futurist faculty, he is launching a new platform for innovation leaders to help co-create desirable futures.
Nadine is a serial tech-entrepreneur, co-founded Piloteers (software agency), CAYA (digital mailbox), M Yachts (booking Platform), DLG Data Hub (food product data hub). She has 15 years of experience in Brand & Digital strategy for multiple global brands. She is also speaker, mentor and jury member for entrepreneurship accelerators. Now she is founder and CSO of the Data/Machine Learning company Klima.Metrix – building the digital nervous system for a carbon-free economy. She is committed to fight climate change and building a sustainable economy using technology.
Ingmar Rentzhog, was named the green Mark Zuckerberg by FranceTV2 and is the CEO and founder of We Don’t Have Time, the world’s largest social network for Climate Action. By teaming up with Twitter and the UN, We Don’t Have Time is reaching millions around the globe… but to do what? We Don’t Have Time is in the business of using social media for good: keeping corporations and governments accountable. He founded the organisation because some time ago, he realised that world leaders, the powerful people leading these corporations and governments, won’t solve the climate crisis. But we need to hold them accountable anyway, so how can we do that? With this question in mind, We Don’t Have Time was born, to empower everyday individuals to push those in power to do more.
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The alarm clock is ringing! There’s no time to snooze… Climate change is, without doubt, the biggest environmental challenge facing the global population today. To address this important issue, decision-makers need not only accurate information about how our world is changing now, but also predictions about what might happen in the future.
Join us in our next Wake-Up Call on Feb 17.
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