Kicking off Good Design for a Bad World, our series of talks about how design could tackle the world's big problems, Dezeen editor-in-chief Marcus Fairs hosts a discussion on climate change live from Dutch Design Week.
The talk focuses on how climate change can be tackled and mitigated through design, and what designers can do to protect the population from its detrimental effects.
The livestream has now ended, but you can still watch the panel discussion in full above or on Dezeen's Facebook page.
Dutch Design Week international ambassador Marcus Fairs is joined by Richard van der Lacken, co-founder of design conference What Design Can Do and initiator of the Climate Action Challenge, a competition that tasks designers to coming up with solutions to global warming.
Atelier NL co-founder Lonny van Ryswky and Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen curator Annemartine van Kesteren are also on the panel, along with Babette Porcelijn, an industrial designer who has written a book exploring humanity's impact on the planet.
Dezeen is hosting five panel discussions as part of the Good Design for a Bad World initiative. The talks are free to attend, and are taking place at the People's Pavilion at KetelHuisplein 1, in the Strijp-S district of Eindhoven.
The next talk, which it about design for refugees and host communities, will begin today at 2:30pm CEST.