How the humanities are taking their place within sustainability science

How can humanities research contribute to creating a healthier planet? Sustainability and humanities scholars from ASU gathered at the Walton Center for Planetary Health to discuss this question and more during a roundtable event hosted as part of the 2023 Learning Planet Festival. The Learning Planet Festivalhad over 60,000 international attendees. More than 30 in-person and hybrid events were organized at ASU’s Tempe campus as part of the Festival. Bernard Dionysius Geoghegan, media theorist and historian of science at King’s College London, visited Arizona State University’s Julie Ann Wrigley Global Futures Laboratory to participate in a series of Learning Planet events that focused on the role of the humanities within sustainability research. Geoghegan sat down with representatives from the Global Futures Laboratory to discuss how the Laboratory is leveraging the humanities to lead the way to a healthier planet. Read the full article on BRIDGES Coalition