[Salon] Kimberly Nicholas: How to Be Human in a Warming World

  • 03/10/2023
  • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Full Circle House, 89 Ch. de Vleurgat, 1050 Ixelles
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How to Be Human in a Warming World

A salon with Kimberly Nicholas

 Ideas  / Tue 3rd Oct / 6.30 - 8:30 pm

Doors open at 6.30pm.
Speaker will start at 7pm.

Kimberly Nicholas explores finding purpose in a warming world, combining her scientific expertise and her lived, personal experience in a way that seems fresh and deeply urgent: agonizing over the climate costs of visiting loved ones overseas, how to find low-carbon love on Tinder, and even exploring her complicated family legacy involving supermarket turkeys.

In her astonishing book Under the Sky We Make, Nicholas does for climate science what Michael Pollan did more than a decade ago for the food on our plate: offering a hopeful, clear-eyed, and somehow also hilarious guide to effecting real change, starting in our own lives. Saving ourselves from climate apocalypse will require radical shifts within each of us, to effect real change in our society and culture. But it can be done. It requires, she argues, belief in our own agency and value, alongside a deep understanding that no one will ever hand us power–we’re going to have to seize it for ourselves.



Prof. Kimberly Nicholas is a sustainability scientist at Lund University in Sweden. She has published 60 articles on climate and sustainability in leading peer-reviewed journals; writes for publications such as The GuardianScientific American, and New Scientist; and is the author of the Los Angeles Times bestseller UNDER THE SKY WE MAKE: How to be Human in a Warming World,  and the monthly climate newsletter We Can Fix It. She gives lectures and moderates at about 75 international meetings and organizations each year across  public policy, civil society, arts and culture, the wine industry, foundations, and academia. Her work has been featured by outlets including the BBCThe New York TimesThe Washington Post, and many more. She also has a PhD in the Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources at Stanford University.



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