Environmental activist Isaias Hernandez, founder of the education platform QueerBrownVegan, on combatting climate despair, the nuances of veganism, and what helps him sustain activism over the long-haul.
From March 3-6, 250 18 to 30-year-olds will build networks and discuss climate solutions with leading experts, before staying on for Aspen Ideas: Climate.
Plus — Building a religiously diverse democracy and highlights from Aspen Ideas: Climate.
Gen-Z for Change's Aidan Kohn-Murphy on youth-led movements, his advice for young activists, and why it's impossible to lose hope.
Jessica Cruel, Editor-in-Chief of Allure, discusses why certain beauty buzzwords are banned from the magazine, reflects on the evolution of the industry, and shares her vision for how we can further democratize beauty.
Watch select daily livestreams and join the virtual #AspenIdeasHealth conversation from June 22-25!
Alaina Wood, aka "The Garbage Queen" on TikTok, shares the importance of imperfect sustainability and her advice for dealing with climate doom.
The Aspen Ideas Festival Fellows are a diverse group of global leaders who are selected for their work, accomplishments, and ability to transform ideas into action.
The Aspen Ideas: Health Fellows are a diverse group of health leaders who are selected for their work, accomplishments, and ability to transform ideas into action.
Meet Gitanjali Rao, a 2022 Aspen Ideas: Health speaker with a goal to create global change by starting an innovation movement of teens looking to make a difference.
In a time of heightened distrust, how can media outlets reclaim the public’s confidence? We hear from a longtime journalist.
What if when you posted something on Twitter or Instagram or another service, the platform gave you feedback? For example, “You just upset 10,000 people.”
Zuckerberg believes government regulation of social media platforms is the best way to handle the complex moral decisions private companies are trying to make on their own.
How are social media platforms contributing to the polarization and radicalization of the Internet? Can we reestablish control over our own information and digital society?