September 10th / 6:00 to 8:00PM
Ellwood’s Community Classroom
Ever wonder where humanity is going and where we will be in the year 2050? By participating in this free workshop, you can contribute your opinion to the final chapter of Raj Jaisinghani book Homo sapiens, which discusses the impact of humans – from environmental science to human behavior & genetics to economics & politics to philosophy and sociology – and the impact these intersections have on our behavior and our world.
Professionals from all disciplines are invited to attend, including engineers, scientists, environmentalists, activists, psychologists, sociologists, economists, political scientists, artists, poets, musicians, philosophers, and more. Topics for discussion include food & water quality & supply, air quality & pollution, global warming and impacts, new technologies impact on behavior and energy, economy/laws/governance, transportation, social trends & arts in 2050.
Light refreshments provided.
FREE! You will need to RSVP in advance.
Register for class
Seating is limited for this workshop so you much register here.
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