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March 22, 2024

Pathways to Planetary Health Forum with Indy Johar

Indy Johar


The Common Good

Exploring Islands of Coherence in a World Hovering on the Cusp between Breakthrough and Breakdown

Indy Johar and Jonathan F.P. Rose
In Conversation

Please join us for this interactive online Forum hosted by the Pathways to Planetary Health initiative at the Garrison Institute. Indy Johar and Jonathan F. P. Rose explore how to transform the worldviews of underlying and often-invisible systems – economic, governance, and policy systems –to give rise to a world of mutual thriving. This thought-provoking conversation will consider the mindsets and systems that can better align the well being of human systems with nature.


The live Forum will be held on Zoom at 1:00 p.m. ET on Friday, March 22, 2024. A Zoom link will be emailed to participants after registering. Please email us at events@garrisoninstitute.org with questions.





a person in a black suitIndy Johar is co-founder of Dark Matter Labs and of the award winning architecture and urban practice Architecture00. He is also a founding director of Open Systems Lab, and seeded WikiHouse (open source housing) and Open Desk (open source furniture company). Indy is on the advisory board for the Future Observatory and is part of the committee for the London Festival of Architecture. He is also a fellow of the London Interdisciplinary School and has taught & lectured at various institutions from the University of Bath, TU-Berlin, University College London, Princeton, Harvard, MIT, and New School. He is currently a professor at RMIT University. Indy was awarded the London Design Medal for Innovation in 2022 and an MBE for Services to Architecture in 2023.


a person in a black suitJonathan F.P. Rose is a noted global expert in sustainable development and regenerative communities. He is Co-Founder and Board Chair for The Garrison Institute, and Founder and President of Jonathan Rose Companies, a mission-driven company focused on enhancing the health and wellness of its residents with green, energy-efficient property improvements and through its Communities of Opportunities programming. In 2024, he was awarded Bhutan’s prestigious Druk Thuksey Medal (“Order of the Beloved of the Thunder Dragon”) for helping create and implement the Thimphu Structure Plan, a framework for sustainable development in Bhutan’s rapidly urbanizing capital city. Jonathan founded the Pathways to Planetary Health initiative at the Garrison Institute.