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Climate Change and Consciousness – A Findhorn Fellows Interview [Video]


April 8, 2019 By Thomas Miller
Climate Change Fellows

What can we do in the face of the greatest challenge of our time: climate change?

As they approach the Findhorn Findhorn’s Climate Change and Consciousness Conference, three Findhorn Fellows reflect upon the enormous challenge posed by climate change. They also approach the UN’s efforts to respond to it. Although the situation is challenging, each of them is responding in unique and effective ways. Ultimately, they indicate why they remain hopeful that we can avert catastrophic climate change.

  • Albert Bates, a visionary lawyer, author, permaculturalist, and eco-village practitioner at The Farm in Summertown, Tennessee, USA.
  • Paul Allen, climate change activist and former CEO of Centre for Alternative Technology in Wales.
  • Kosha Joubert, CEO of the Global Ecovillage Network (GEN International) and co-host of the Climate Change & Consciousness conference.

Please be aware that the video of Albert freezes because he had a bad internet connection.

 

Learn More

For a deeper exploration, check out the Climate Change & Consciousness Livestream (available as a recording post-conference) to explore the cutting edge interaction of climate change and consciousness.

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