The League of Pragmatic Optimists (LOPO) is a London-based community where people who want to make the world better can meet, generate ideas and projects, get inspiration and a recharge, find collaborators and have their neurons tickled in the cause of improving the story of humanity. Another way of looking at it is as an exercise in “engineered serendipity” – a mechanism for diverse people and ideas to bump into each other and create (and deliver) projects that aim to improve things. Local chapters meet at regular intervals to free themselves from day-to-day organisational or mental silos, and network in an inspiring atmosphere of do-ers.
Have an unashamed optimism of ambitionRead more
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LOPO’s annual recap and the unintentional Gold Hall of fame It’s twenty to three on the day of our event, Tom and I have spent a decent amount of time preparing for this one, it’s the last lab of the year. We’re going to look back over what we’ve achieved as a community and celebrate […]