Join us Tuesday May 2nd from 6-8pm at the Barn at Kingston Home Port and Education Center at the Hudson River Maritime Museum for a conversation with Nate Hagens preparing society for the coming cultural transition.
The purpose is to inform more humans about the path ahead and inspire people to play a role in our collective future. Those who look through a systems lens can serve as early visionaries of a simpler life with new ways of relating to technology, to consumption, to each other and to Earth’s ecosystems.
Nate Hagens hosts The Great Simplification, a podcast that explores the systems science underpinning the human predicament. Nate holds a Masters Degree in Finance with Honors from the University of Chicago and a Ph.D. in Natural Resources from the University of Vermont. He teaches an Honors course, Reality 101, at the University of Minnesota.