Join us at the Night of Ideas on February 1, 2019 | 6 pm-Midnight in Los Angeles. I will be interviewing with Valer Clark about her 30 years experience bringing life back to a depleted ecosystem with her foundation Cuenca Los Ojos. The Night of Ideas is a worldwide event that celebrates the stream of ideas between countries, cultures, and generations. Each year, people around the globe come together to learn about and discuss the latest discoveries and issues facing the world today.
Facing Our Time
The National History Museum, in collaboration with the Consulate General of France in Los Angeles, will present this year’s Los Angeles program for Night of Ideas.
This year’s theme, “Facing Our Time,” explores global challenges around ecological and climate change through the lenses of science, nature, and art.
PANELS (45-60 mins)
North American Mammal Hall, Level 2
Each discussion forum in the North American Mammal Hall will be moderated by Patt Morrison, L.A. Times journalist, author and Emmy-winning television and radio host.
- 6:30 pm: Climate Economics with Robert Lempert and Nathalie Blanc
- 7:45 pm: Human Adaptability with Christian Clot and Shane Campbell-Staton
- 9 pm: Green Cities with Lauren Faber O’Connor and Matt Petersen
- 10:15 pm: Animal Biodiversity with Yves Frenot, Ursula K. Heise, and Mark Gold
MINI LECTURES (20 mins)
Age of Mammals Gallery, Level 1
- 6:30 pm: Sustainable Architecture with Philippe Rahm
- 7:15 pm: Bringing Life Back to Barren Land with Valer Clark and Juliette Roy
- 8:15 pm: What Future Without Nature with Bruno David
- 9 pm: Lessons from Past Civilizations Affected by Climate Change with Damien Leloup
- 9:45 pm: Hot Weather, Hot Wine with Kevin Pogue
10:45 pm: Extreme Environments with Francois-Michel Le Tourneau
7:15 pm: Bringing Life Back to Barren Land with Valer Clark and Juliette Roy
Read More and Get your tickets here. It’s free