22 februari

Ook in Rotterdam: Carbon Stories Special

On Thursday February 22 Group A welcomes award winning journalist Gaia Vince to discuss her bold and widely acclaimed book ‘Nomad Century: How Climate Migration Will Reshape Our World’.

Coastlines diminishing year on year. Wildfires and hurricanes leaving widening swaths of destruction. Droughts displacing entire regions. Humanity is starting to feel the consequences of climate change. But while consensus has emerged on the cause of this global disaster, the ultimate consequence – a total reshaping of earth’s human geography – is only starting to dawn on us.

In her widely acclaimed book Nomad Century, Gaia Vince outlines the scope of this global emergency. With every degree of temperature rise, a billion people will be displaced from the zone in which humans have lived for thousands of years. While we must do everything we can to mitigate the impact of climate change, the brutal truth is that huge swathes of the world are becoming uninhabitable.

How can we manage this unavoidable climate migration? We will need to move northwards as a species, Vince argues, into the habitable fringes of Europe, Asia and Canada and the greening Arctic circle. Drawing on a wealth of eye-opening data and original reporting, she shows how migration brings benefits not only to migrants themselves, but to host countries, many of which face demographic crises and labour shortages.

“A rousing call to arms” – Financial Times

“This book should be read not just by every politician, but by every person on the planet” – The Guardian

About Gaia Vince

Gaia Vince is an award-winning science journalist, broadcaster and non-fiction author. As an expert on global ecosystems, human impact and climate change, she contributed to Science, Nature, New Scientist, The Guardian and BBC. Her book ‘Adventures in the Anthropocene: A Journey to the Heart of the Planet We Made’ (2014) won the Royal Society Winton Prize for Science Books. Her third book ‘Nomad Century’ (2022) was praised all over the world. In 2024 she received the Angela Croome Award by the European Geosciences Union.

This event is organized by De Dépendance in close collaboration with KeileCollectief, IABR and CARBONLAB: GROUP A’s think tank for climate positive design strategies.

Praktische info

Van: 20:00 uur
Tot: 22:00 uur


Keilepand M4H
Keilestraat 9F
3029 BP




€10,- (regular), €6,- (reduced)




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De Dépendance in close collaboration with KeileCollectief, IABR, CARBONLAB|GROUP A

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