Hosted at the London Transport Museum in 2016, Happy and Green drew connections between Sustainability and Wellbeing in supporting individual, institutional and societal resilience – and considered the particular role that culture can play.
A day rich in provocation and discussion bringing together thinkers from the fields of policy and practice; public sector and private sector; economics, social change, community, museums and the wider arts and cultural sector.
Watch edited highlights of the event (parts 1 and 2) and full presentations from Lord Gus O’Donnell of Frontier Economics and Rob Hopkins, Co-Founder of the Transition Movement (below). Read about a range of approaches in different fields taking a complementary frame for action and demonstrating and a storify of the event.
- Introduction by Lucy Neal, Happy Museum Project 0:00 mins
- Lord Gus O’Donnell, Chairman Frontier Economics 3:53 mins
- Tony Butler, Executive Director Derby Museums 5:56 mins
- Q&A part one 10:03 mins
- Maria Amidu, Visual artist 00:05 mins
- Rob Hopkins, Co-founder Transition Network 04:38 mins
- Q&A part two 12;45 mins
- Last comments from speakers 16:34 mins