In the 2020 festival “Zero Footprint”, subtitled “Living and Connecting on a Damaged Earth” IMPAKT will focus on the climate crisis through the eyes of artists and radical thinkers. How can we create structural change that can serve the many instead of the few? As a preview to the IMPAKT Festival 2020 “Zero Footprint” we have selected for you a recent episode of teamhuman.fm radio show of Douglas Rushkoff. In this episode Douglas Rushkoff is in conversation with senior lecturer in Indigenous Knowledges at Deakin University in Melbourne and author of “Sand Talk: How Indigenous Thinking Can Save The World,” Tyson Yunkaporta. Rushkoff and Yunkaporta discuss the Native American concept Wetiko, the abscess of Mark Zuckerberg, baby capitalists and poop. During the IMPAKT Festival 2020 Douglas Rushkoff will be in conversation designer and environmentalist Julia Watson, author of the book “LO–TEK Design by Radical Indigenism”, and other festival guests. The IMPAKT Festival will be organized from Wednesday 28 October to Sunday 1 November 2020. The focus of the festival is the climate crisis through the eyes of artists and radical thinkers.