Zeitgeist Europe 2007: Rest
Michael Pawlyn, Grimshaw architects,speaks about some the projects Grimshaw Architects has worked on including a carbon-neutral amphitheatre in Las Palmas and the world-famous Eden Project in Cornwall.
Susan Davis and Peter Bladin, Grameen Foundation, speak about opportunities and challenges business and individuals face in developing parts of the world.
Mark Shuttleworth, President of the Ubuntu Foundation,and June Arunga, Open Quest Media, speak about opportunities and challenges business and individuals face in developing parts of the world.
James Murdoch, CEO of BSkyB, speaks about the the changing nature of media and the interconnectedness of the growing number of media channels.
James Cameron, Vice Chairman of Climate Change Capital, introduces a panel on "Green Technology."
Hans Rosling, Professor of International Health at Karolinska Institutet, uses Gapminder to shed light on perceived and real differences in the way we live around the world. He is introduced by the session moderator Chrystia Freeland, the US Managing Editor of the FT.
Kevin Roberts, CEO Worldwide of Saatchi & Saatchi, introduces a panel with brief thoughts on "Branding today and tomorrow." => intro?
Sanjiv Ahuja, Chairman of the Board at Orange, speaks about the opportunities and challenges for business in India, Africa, and more.
Frederic Hauge, President of Bellona Foundation, speaks about the potential of carbon capture technologies and developed countries' responsibility to respond to global warming.
David de Rothschild, founder of Sculpt the Future and, more recently, Adventure Ecology, speaks about individuals' collective capacity to make a difference in global warming and the power of interacting with, not just talking at, children.