Webinar on the work of David Fleming

Webinar on Surviving the Future: Culture, Carnival and Capital in the Aftermath of the Market Economy

Thursday May 4th 2017 2-4 pm

Facilitated by Shaun Chamberlin, author of Surviving the Future and editor of Lean Logic.

Video of the webinar

Photo of David Fleming Photo of Shaun Chamberlin
David Fleming Shaun Chamberlin

David Fleming's books

At a time of multiple and growing crises – ecological, political, social, economic – we are desperately in need of new and positive ideas. Ideas that offer tangible hope for a better world.

Feasta was delighted to offer the opportunity to engage with the inspirational thoughts of the late David Fleming – an original, radical thinker whose time seems to have come only after his death – in the company of the widely acknowledged expert on his work, Shaun Chamberlin.

Shaun is the editor of Fleming’s great life’s work Lean Logic: A Dictionary for the Future and How to Survive It, and produced the popular paperback version Surviving the Future: Culture, Carnival and Capital in the Aftermath of the Market Economy. He has also been involved with the Transition Towns network since its inception, co-founding Transition Town Kingston and authoring the movement’s second book, The Transition Timeline (2009).

For more information on the books:

FEASTA’s review:

Rob Hopkins and Shaun Chamberlin discussing the books at Schumacher College:

What is a webinar?

Short for Web-based seminar, a webinar is a presentation or workshop that is transmitted over the Web using video conferencing software. A key feature of a webinar is its interactive elements: the ability to give, receive and discuss information in real-time.

All you need is a computer with a microphone and webcam – just like when Skyping. You receive an invite link to the webinar and simply click this to join when the event starts.

Note: Feasta is a forum for exchanging ideas. By posting on its site Feasta agrees that the ideas expressed by authors are worthy of consideration. However, there is no one ‘Feasta line’. The views of the article do not necessarily represent the views of all Feasta members.