BONN, Germany (7 April 2020) – What does COVID-19 mean for food systems, the great apes, re-shaping financial and political systems? The Global Landscapes Forum’s network of experts provides some of the answers.
The GLF Live series features a lineup of live interviews with leading scientists and thinkers including:
- Harvard Medical School Assistant Professor and Interim Director of the university’s Center for Climate, Health, and the Global Environment Aaron Bernstein
- Emory University’s Gillespie Lab Head Thomas Gillespie
- Climate Focus Co-founder and Director Charlotte Streck
Next up is Otto Scharmer, a lecturer at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and co-founder of the MITx u.lab, a massive open online course (MOOC) for leading profound change, who will discuss how the epidemic can lead to behavior and systemic change on 8 April at 20:00-20:30 CEST/ 14:00-14:30 EDT.
To listen and ask questions, register HERE.
Upcoming GLF Live discussions in April will focus on COVID-19 as it relates to…
- Climate change: Aaron Bernstein (Harvard University), 15 April, 16:00 CEST
- Food systems: Lawrence Haddad (GAIN), 21 April, 15:00 CEST
- Deforestation: Robert Nasi (CIFOR) and Annika Terrana (WWF), 27 April, 14:00 CEST
Listen back to past GLF Live discussions here:
- COVID-19 and zoonotic disease: Kate Jones (University College London) and Thomas Gillespie (Emory University)
- The epidemic’s role in the climate crisis: Charlotte Streck (Climate Focus)
Check back for new additions to the series here.
For further information contact:
Global Landscapes Forum