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Yukon 2049: Dreaming Big and Acting with Purpose

March 11, 2019 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

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YuKonstruct and the Cold Climate Innovation Centre are proud to host a fascinating presentation, introducing Worldbuilding by three globally renowned thought-leaders. We warmly invite interested Yukoners to the presentation on Monday night, March 11, at 5:30 pm.

It will be a fascinating overview of the worldbuilding approach, as well as an opportunity to share Yukon perspectives about the future. Admission is free of charge. Space is limited. Light snacks and a cash bar will be provided.

“The future belongs to those who dare to dream big.”~Joseph C Walls

How can Yukoners prepare for a future that is unknowable while living in a time of unprecedented change and disruption? All dimensions of human life—social, technological, economic, political, environmental—are facing transformation in ways that are not predictable or controllable.

So how do we, as Yukon, avoid simply being swept along like driftwood in a swollen river? How do we gain meaningful agency to shape our actions and priorities toward a future we desire?

On Monday, March 11, 5:30 to 7pm, at the North of Ordinary Experience Centre, you are invited to a presentation and conversation with three globally recognized leaders who are helping communities and organizations build capacity to navigate this ‘whitewater world’ in which we now live: Ann Pendletion-Jullian, John Seely-Brown and Colin Maclay.

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Date:
March 11, 2019
Time:
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
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CONTACT US

NORTHLIGHT INNOVATION
  2180, 2nd Avenue, Whitehorse
  (867) 457-0150
  info@yukonstruct.com

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NorthLight Innovation
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