Drawndown: the most comprehensive plan ever proposed to reverse global warming
In the Purpose 2018 opening plenary, legend of sustainable business, activist and entrepreneur Paul Hawken discusses Drawndown: the most comprehensive plan ever proposed to reverse global warming.
Trust: The Currency of the New Economy
Keynote speaker Rachel Botsman discusses her wide-ranging research on trust and technology. In this talk Rachel explores the new economy of trust and reputation scores, artificial intelligence and the deferral of decision making, the impact of technological advances on the media, and ethical implications for companies and governments.
Preserving Our Humanity: Max Stossel
Max Stossel of 'This Panda is Dancing' fame performs a spoken word poetry set about ethics and technology at Purpose 2018.
Systems Change in Practice: Stephanie Draper
The scale of transition required in our organisations and economy is daunting, but the thinking being done on how to navigate this change is nothing short of awe-inspiring.
Matt Wicking, Paul Hawken, Martijn Wilder, Gemma Borgo-Caratti & Beck Dawson
A Climate of Resilience: Panel
Paul Hawken and a panel of local speakers discuss insights from Drawndown to help us understand how we might apply radically new thinking to the challenge of global warming.
Dr Matthew Beard
Ethics and Tech: Dr Matthew Beard
Dr Matthew Beard from the Ethics Centre discusses business and human ethics in an exponentially accelerating world of technology.
Sophie Mathisen, Jane Needham, Leah Waldie, Ally Watson & Maurial Spearim
A Female Future
It's clear that the future is female, but for now we're still counting. Women's representation and decision making power is not where it should be in business and elsewhere in society.
Redesigning Work for the 21st Century: Dominic Price of Atlassian
Dominic Price, Head of R&D, Work Futurist at Atlassian examines the evolving relationship between technology, work and human behaviour and the ethical and practical questions faced by all of us in a changing world of work.
Jason Wilby, Rachel Botsman, Dr Matthew Beard & Max Stossel
Ethics & Tech: Panel
The speakers in this session dive into the deep ethical questions surrounding technology's impact on us: on trust, the media, our privacy, our behaviour, our well-being, our humanity and our relationships.