Davos 2016 – Culture and the Fourth Industrial Revolution

World Economic Forum

Published on Feb 8, 2016


Join this special session opening with the first-ever large-scale collective viewing of a virtual reality film, followed by an intergenerational discussion on the stewardship of our planet for future generations. This session features the world premiere of the virtual reality film, Collisions.
Collisions, by Lynette Wallworth, takes participants on a journey to the remote Great Sandy Desert in Western Australia to discover what happens when indigenous tradition meets Western science.

· Alanda Kariza, Business Director, Sinergi Muda, Indonesia · Nyarri Morgan, Artist, Martumili Artists, USA.
· Lynette Wallworth, Artist, Studio Wallworth, Australia.

Moderated by Michael Oreskes, Head of News, Editorial Director and Senior Vice-President, National Public Radio, USA.

Global Climate Change
Environment Ethics
Environment Justice

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