What Time Is It? - Lessons from History for a Sustainable Future

Tuesday, February 04, 2014 - 6:30pm PST
Downtown Seattle
Plymouth Congregational Church 1217 Sixth Avenue Seattle, WA 98101 United States
"I've never been more encouraged about the future than I am today."
That's Dr. Robert Gilman, former astrophysicist and long-time sustainability thought-leader, drawing a surprising conclusion from his study of 16,000 years of human history. On February 12 he'll talk in Seattle about the reasons he's so encouraged and what they mean to you personally, to the way you see the future and what you can do to create a thriving future for yourself, your community and the world.
Come and discover what you can do to work with the momentum of history. Seating is limited so please order your tickets now at http://contextinst.brownpapertickets.com
"What Time Is It?" is the first of seven topic areas, what we call Foundation Stones, that serve as a core curriculum for 21st century cultural change agents. This presentation is the first in a series that will eventually cover all of the Foundation Stones. The Foundation Stones project is Context Institute's current central focus. It is our response to the core challenge of our times: to bring our cultures into sync with the 21st century reality around us. For more information about this event and the Foundation Stones please go to www.context.org.