Saving Ourselves from Ourselves: An Explorers Festival 2018 Event
In just the past few ticks of our planet's five-billion-year clock, human creativity has brought about a wealth of innovations that have expanded horizons, erased borders, and improved lives. But some of this progress has come at the expense of our planet itself, creating unprecedented threats -- from climate change, to ecosystems on the edge of collapse, to the growing list of species at risk of extinction. Now more than ever, it's up to us as a species to use our creativity to not just stop these destructive trajectories, but to reverse them. This day-long event at National Geographic's Grosvenor Auditorium brings together National Geographic Explorers with some of the world's leading experts in science, conservation, education, and other fields to discuss these critical issues in depth, and start building an action plan for the future of our planet. It's an important discussion, and this festival invites you to be part of it. Saving Ourselves From Ourselves is part of the 2018 National Geographic Explorers Festival, which brings together the most innovative scientists, conservationists, and explorers from around the world to share their discoveries, insights, and solutions for creating a planet in balance.
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The last date listed for Saving Ourselves from Ourselves: An Explorers Festival 2018 Event was Saturday, Jun 16, 2018 / 9:00am.