Kunal Sood, founder of #WeThePlanet, the global platform and campaign for intergenerational impact, will launch a global movement on Earth Day.
Called Operation #HOPE, the campaign aims to not only Help Our People Everyday but go beyond this idea and Help Our Planet Everyday through actionable solutions to drive real-world impact.
On April 22, 2021, #WeThePlanet will begin a year-long summit series bringing together internationally renowned artists, celebrities, scientists, astronauts, architects, innovators, disruptors, humanitarians and changemakers to reimagine how we can collaborate, build resilience and elevate humanity to architect an extraordinary future in a post-COVID world.
The goal of Operation #HOPE is to reimagine our way of life starting with reimagining the future of cities, factories, private residences and large convening like concerts and festivals in real life from the inside out. According to Sood, “Operation #HOPE is a first but vital step on Earth Day, which over the year will lead up to holding the first-ever International Day of Hope in 2022 at the United Nations in New York City with other key stakeholders in the public and private sector from around the world.”
This year the #WeThePlanet summit will be both virtual as well as on Clubhouse on We The Future (WTF) a subsidiary of We The Planet.
The summit will bring together artists, innovators, celebrities, architects, astronauts, entrepreneurs and policymakers to usher in a new era of HOPE and drive everyday solutions to protect all life on land and under the sea ushering in a new era of human prosperity and planetary longevity.
Sood aims to reimagine hope for humanity at #WeThePlanet by ensuring that the most influential voices on the planet are all committed to Help Our Planet Everyday, starting with New Delhi and New York City as model cities. Be it urban existing buildings and rooftops or the future of work and home The ARK is set to become a force for good as a space to convene while its members inside are solving everything from covid-19 to climate change.