Climate Chaos – Interview with Author Lee Schneider
Are you concerned about the climate crisis in our world, or want to learn more about it? If so, join us for a talk with Lee Schneider, who has written several non-fiction books about how life might look in the future. His latest book Surrender takes place in a future world that struggles to contain climate disaster using global machine governance, a world run by computers and the humans who are both empowered and controlled by them, and where a small band of resisters fight to keep human thought safe and free.
Lee Schneider is the author of screenplays, teleplays, stage plays, short stories, and audio drama podcasts. His thirty-year career in media includes podcast production, documentaries and series with History Channel, Discovery, Court TV, Food Network, Travel Channel, TLC, Dateline NBC and Good Morning America. Surrender is his first published novel. He lives in Santa Monica, California with his family.
I. Intro – Tell us about yourself and your past chaotic history in TV / Film Production
II. How did you get from TV / Film Production to becoming an Author?
III. What got you interested in the “Climate Chaos?”
The Good Ancestor
One Green Thing
Stop Trying to Save the Planet
IV. Speak about “What Really Matters” as it relates to Technology, Climate Crisis and AI
V. Talk about The conflict between internal and external values symbolized by
a. Earth Values (Internal)
b. Technology Values (External)
c. How do you mediate the conflict between both (Calming the Climate Chaos) Or
How do we use Technology without sacrificing our Human Experiences
VI. Any other stories you’d like to tell (i.e., the fires in California, etc)
VII. Other tips, tools or techniques that can help anyone in our audience who is struggling with climate chaos