Climate Child Imaginaries

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Today’s youth face the unprecedented existential threat of climate change. The groundbreaking book, “Posthuman Research Playspaces: Climate Child Imaginaries,” co-authored by Dr. David Rousell and Professor Amy Cutter-Mackenzie-Knowles, explores how children perceive climate change. Drawn from extensive research with Australian children, the book showcases a picture of how children’s insights and imaginings can inform our understandings of climate change and its impacts on our current and future lives.

The launch includes a panel discussion with intergenerational voices, discussing childhood, education and climate justice. The event is part of the “Wild Hope” exhibition at Design Hub Gallery, urging a shift towards community-led responses to the climate crisis through creativity and imagination.

This event is part of Wild Hope: Conversations for a Planetary Commons.

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5 September 2023
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm AEST
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RMIT Design Hub Gallery
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Melbourne, Victoria 3053 Australia
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