The Walrus Talks at Home: Living Better

It matters more than ever. Science, culture, politics, and how we live now

The Walrus Talks Living Better


It matters more than ever. Science, culture, politics, and how we live now.

Featuring:

Photographs of the speakers at The Walrus Talks at Home: Living Better.

  • Ravi Jain, founding artistic director, Why Not Theatre
  • Najmeh Khalili-Mahani, researcher, lead for the media-health and GameClinic laboratory at PERFORM Centre, affiliate assistant professor in Design and Computation Arts, Psychology and Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Concordia University
  • Joshna Maharaj, chef, author, and activist
  • Carly Ziter, assistant professor, Department of Biology, Concordia University, and member of the Smart, Sustainable, and Resilient Communities and Cities research group

Presented by


2020 National Sponsors

The Walrus is proud to recognize Air Canada as our Exclusive Airline Partner

The Walrus is proud to recognize Labatt Breweries of Canada as our National Sustainability Partner

The Walrus is proud to recognize Shaw as our National Events Sponsor

The Walrus is proud to recognize Indspire as our National Education Sponsor

The Walrus Staff

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