Archivorum is thrilled to announce our next event in collaboration with TED Countdown!
After the fantastic TEDx Archivorum editions held between October 2020 and April 2021, we are now ready to return with extraordinary events in November and December. Once again, international guests will join the Global Countdown to fight climate change together, with new, challenging and exciting topics.
Are you ready to be inspired?
The November Edition of TEDx Archivorum will take place on the 11th of November from 3:00 pm to 6:45 pm (CET) on Zoom.
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We invite you to discover our truly extraordinary guests. All of them are deeply committed to tackling climate change and promoting a more sustainable lifestyle:
Hillary Renick is an alumni of the Indigenous Food Initiative at the University of Arkansas as an LL.M. Fellow. She received her J.D. from the University of the Oregon School of Law, B.A. from American University, and is an enrolled member of Sherwood Valley Rancheria, Hopland Shanel, Noyo River Indian and Ft. McDermitt Paiute-Shoshone communities. Hillary’s work is focused on land, air, water, cultural resources, and traditional hunting, fishing, gathering protections.
Lorna Cannon has been working in the field of migration in Berlin since 2013. She founded the internationally acclaimed organisation Refugee Voices Tours in 2015, which recently won a Lonely Planet best in travel award for community storytelling. She also runs a sustainable travel company, Tiptoe Travel. Lorna holds a Masters degree in International Human Rights and Humanitarian Law.
Pascal Botteron is Partner at Green Blue Invest. Before co-founding this in 2018, Pascal spent most of his career at Deutsche Bank based in the UK and Switzerland. In particular, he has been global head of alternatives investments in wealth management and global head of alternatives distribution in asset management. Also, Pascal has been Professor and Lecturer at the University of Lausanne, Thunderbird, and the University of Zurich. Pascal holds a PhD in Finance and a MSc in Economics from the University of Lausanne.
Francis Offman, a Rwanda-born artist, works with canvases with irregular contours, paintings that come from the associations of parts of vivid colors, and collage zones made with the insertion of found paper that enter the composition like rips. Offman’s pieces imply fragile references to a faraway world (Africa) and its customs, a traumatic memory and an uncertain identity; jagged, dynamic spaces that cannot give rise to an integral landscape.
Please get involved directly or indirectly with our TEDx Archivorum initiative, and let us know about potential solutions, local projects and community efforts that you personally fight for every day or are aware of. An idea is exponentially magnified when people talk, discuss and brainstorm from different perspectives!
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