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Act as if nature was watching – futuring with Daze Aghaji

by Futures Centre, Jul 27
1 minute read

Have you ever wondered how differently we’d act if we thought nature was holding us accountable?

In the third episode of the Futuring Podcast, Ivana Gazibara, Director of the Futures Centre, talks to Daze Aghaji, a Climate Justice Activist, Political Candidate, Student, and Freelance Advisor.

Tune in to hear why decarbonisation can achieve little without empathy, why structural injustice is at the heart of climate justice, how to drive a regenerative future by nurturing a regenerative culture, and why being a youth climate campaigner may be just as much about spreadsheets as about live protests. 

Daze Aghaji is a Climate Activist, Political Candidate and Student. Having worked for several years with Extinction Rebellion Youth (XRY), she was involved in organising climate action events in London in April 2019.

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Listen to episode 1: Climate philanthropy and funding transformative change with Will Dawson

Listen to episode 2: Investing to decarbonize the global economy with Stephan Nicoleau

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