Eve Mosher works at the intersection of climate change and imagination. Following many years in New York City, she moved with her family to rural Scotland, where she continues to work on our connection to the world around us. She is developing tools of imagination and creativity to help communities - both urban and rural - tell their own story of tomorrow. She creates the infrastructure for imagination, storytelling and facilitation to amplify individual agency in transforming the systems that have led to this moment. She has been creatively working on the climate crisis since 2007, but none of her previous experience, accolades, press or degrees have adequately prepared her for the moment we are in. She makes the most of everyday connecting to her Scottish home by exploring, dreaming up outlandish ideas for her village and attempting to keep both the chickens and the sea out of her garden.