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Event: Positive Tipping Points in Practice: What next?

29 November 2022 | 18.30-20.30


Published September 9, 2022

What do you want to talk about further? How can the Positive Tipping Points framework better support your work? What should we do next?

Following sessions on food systems, climate justice, doughnut economics and more, this closing session is an opportunity to delve deeper into the potential for positive tipping points in the areas and issues that are most important to you.

Throughout the series we will collect questions and ideas that need further exploration and save them for this event. Following a brief summary of the previous events, and the next steps for the Global Tipping Points Alliance, you will be able to join whichever discussions are of interest, or suggest a new topic.

The Positive Tipping Points framework is a way to re-think our understanding of how change happens. We’re familiar with negative tipping points that can accelerate the crisis, such as glacier melt or biodiversity loss, but we are also able to predict and encourage positive shifts which will help us avoid the worst impacts.

This event is the final part of a series of free Green Futures Network workshops following the Global Tipping Points Conference in Exeter in September. To sign up to the other events in the series, use the following links:

Climate justice
Climate-positive business
Doughnut Economics
Social movements
Student activism
Food systems
For more information contact Peter from the Green Futures Network at gfn@exeter.ac.uk.