How can emerging technologies like artificial intelligence, robotics, biotechnology, big data and blockchain strengthen people, and communities resilience to cope with the adverse impacts of climate change? If technological growth is exponential, are humans and systems capacities to adapt exponential enough to meet new challenges of a fast-changing climate?
Shermon Cruz, founder and executive director of the Center for Engaged Foresight, will be joining as one of the 7-member facilitation team of the United Nations Framework on Climate Change (UNFCC) Resilience Frontiers,
A Decade of Environmental Activism: From 2005 to 2012 A decade ago I was one of the many who got inspired from Al Gore’s seminal presentation and movie “An Inconvenient … Continue reading Climate Reality and Engaged Foresight
Aloha kakahiaka! Yesterday, I got interviewed by John Sweeney, researcher and PhD candidate at the University of Hawaii Research Center for Futures Studies for the Post-Haiyan futures segment of ThinkTech … Continue reading Post-Haiyan Futures at ThinkTech Hawaii