25 august 2022 Copenhagen, Dk
Diversity in action.
Imagine Tomorrow is an action tank rooted in the Scandinavian vision for sustainable societies. We bridge science, arts, business, activism, and policy to co-create actionable solutions for a sustainable future.
It’s all about biodiversity. The climate crisis might loom large and wreak havoc all around us. But in 2022, we must make unequivocal progress on biodiversity restoration if we are to sustain the one thing that ultimately sustains us: nature. Humanity’s future depends on it.
No time for think tanks
Imagine Tomorrow is an action tank rooted in the Scandinavian vision for sustainable societies. We’re not a think tank. And we’re not here to produce yet another beautifully bound report on what’s wrong with the world. We want to inspire action - and we want to ignite action to spark change.
The global challenges facing our societies, the climate, and our planet cannot be solved by one country alone – or by one school of thought alone, for that matter. They are monumental challenges that require us to reset our way of thinking. We need to transform our way of life. We need to transform destructive industries. And we need to rethink our value chains fundamentally.
Here to lead the way
We need to approach the problems that face our societies and the planet differently. That’s where diversity kicks in. And that’s where Imagine Tomorrow comes in.
In the course of 48 hours, Imagine Tomorrow brings together a group of international experts and personalities that bridge science, arts, business, activism, and policy to co-create actionable solutions for a sustainable future. We charge them with the task to lead the way and foster the dreams that will take us to a better tomorrow – and provide us with the details on how to get there.
In short, we unlock the power of diversity to innovate climate action.
First actions from Imagine Tomorrow 2022
Imagine Tomorrow’s biodiversity action tank convened on 5 April to co-create concrete ideas for a sustainable future. Here are the six first actions.
Vanessa Nakate participates in Imagine Tomorrow
The internationally acclaimed climate activist Vanessa Nakate from Uganda will participate in Imagine Tomorrow.
Why biodiversity is the most pressing issue in 2022
In the late 1980s, Thomas Lovejoy introduced the term biodiversity. A term that describes the enormous variety of life on Earth.
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