This webinar recording features a conversation with Indy Johar, founding director of Dark Matter Labs and one of the world’s foremost thought leaders on a civic economy.
During the session, Indy and Community Climate Transitions Director Laura Schnurr discussed the types of local institutions and infrastructure that can help us reach net zero while leaving no one behind, new forms of ownership and governance that we can expect to see in the coming decade, and much more!
For an overview of topics and questions discussed during the conversation, please see the YouTube description.
- Laura Schnurr, Tamarack Institute
- Indy Johar, Dark Matter Labs
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