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The World’s Largest Gathering of Futurists

27 & 28 November


Julius Lindsay

David Suzuki Foundation

Julius is the Director of Sustainable Communities at the David Suzuki Foundation. He leads the Foundation’s work to accelerate and raise the ambition of climate action in cities. He is also a co-founder of the Black Environmentalist Alliance, an organization that seeks to champion Black people in the environmental profession, provide a safe space for peer-to-peer engagement, and to advocate for environmental justice for Black Canadians now and in the future. Julius is also a 2022 Next generation Foresight Practitioner Fellow and a 2023 Future of Canada Project Future Fellow at McMaster University to support the Prismatic Project. The Prismatic Project seeks to centre Indigenous and Black perspectives through the lens of Indigenous futurist and Afrofuturist art, community engagement and futures games to shift the conversation about and composition of climate action in Canada. Prior to these roles, Julius was the catalyst for and led the development of climate change plans, programs, and policies at two of the biggest cities, Mississauga and Richmond Hill, in Ontario, Canada’s Largest Province.

Sessions Featuring:

Julius Lindsay

Regenerating Nature

Journeying beyond Net Zero:
What Happens Next?