Zoöp: A New Model for Life Cooperation by Aric Chen
Most organizations limit themselves to the interests of people. With escalating climate change, declines in biodiversity and the planet's overall habitability being challenged, the current way we shape collaborations in our society today falls short. Non-human life forms, such as plants, animals, and insects, and life in the soil, such as bacteria and fungi, are only seen as raw materials or products and become exhausted or disappear.
Aric Chen will introduce us to Zoöp, a model that changes this entrenched structure and makes the voices and interests of non-human life part of organizational decision-making.