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You Can Save The Planet. How About After Tea?

Sören Laird Sörries — 45 minutes

I don't mean to mock you, I don't think we will finish the task tonight. But I'd like to show it is feasible, and that it needs us to go about it and never stop. Facts, numbers, statistics, prognoses, colourful diagrammes... Old and proven engineering techniques, pretty unexpensive ones, too. Alternatively: What I have been doing and learning since the last PerlCon.

(Abstract)

I don't mean to mock you, I don't think we will finish the task tonight. But I'd like to show it is feasible, and that it needs us to go about it and never stop.
Facts, numbers, statistics, prognoses, colourful diagrammes...
Old and proven engineering techniques, pretty unexpensive ones, too.

Alternatively: What I have been doing and learning since the last PerlCon.

(/Abstract)

This is a talk given on #gpw2019 in Munich and it is about the biggest leavers we have got in saving our own hides. It is also about engineering and meant to appeal to engineers and perl programmers, to get involved in mitigation climate change, using what they are best at: the perlish problem solving aptitude.

The talk got great acclaim and I was asked to incorporate #gpw2019 questions and critique in a new version and present it in Riga.