Justin Brice Guariglia, Arctic Youth Ambassadors and members of the Anchorage community create signs in response to climate change. Photograph by Joshua Corbett
To respond to climate change, we must be able to envision what we are working towards. We have to learn a new language for solutions. Without visions for tomorrow, we can only react to today. SEED Lab works with three actions: Prototype (creating examples of and envisioning future solutions), Respond (language, visuals, voices and action) and Connect (Connections between people and places and connection to landscape as a way to understand, build awareness and respond to climate and global change). Projects include:
- Future Ready, a creative project to imagine the tools, shelters and emergency kits we will need for the future
- Critical Futures Creative Conference and Design Week 2020, which will focus on Future Landscapes
- Future: Arctic, a creative project with Lateral North to develop the future atlas of Anchorage
- Youth Workshops: Working with collaborating organizations to develop convenings and creative projects to propose future solutions.