CLIMATE CHANGE & CONSCIOUSNESS: OUR LEGACY FOR THE EARTH at the Findhorn Foundation, North Scotland, April 20-26, 2019, will be a unique conference about surviving and thriving in a climate changing world and post-carbon economy. The event will feature some of the clearest and most passionate voices for the Earth ever gathered together in one place.
“The conference will bring together eminent scientists, wisdom keepers, business people, activists, artists, entrepreneurs, young people and others, to envision and begin to inhabit our joint future. It will be an international, inter-generational and multi-disciplinary gathering. This is the principle of ‘the big tent‘, borrowed from party politics, whereby diverse viewpoints, backgrounds and interests (the ‘voices in the room’) are brought together to engage and dialogue”.
Delighted to be taking part in this unique conference with 350 passionate people including Vandana Shiva PhD who is a world-renowned environmental thinker, activist, physicist, feminist, philosopher of science, science policy advocate and author of 20 books. She has taken on what is likely one of the greatest challenges of climate change – feeding a growing population without further harming the Earth. Vandana was awarded the Right Livelihood Award in 1993.
“When you control food, you control society. When you control seeds, you control life on earth”– Vandana Shiva
My new book The Local Food Project will be available at the conference. The book explores the power of growing and eating local food in order to reduce carbon footprint, take action on climate change and increase commmunity resilience. Incorporating drawings, photography and text, the book is the culmination of three years of work. The book is creatively presented in journal style and is filled with ideas and actions for people who think global and want to act local.
For more information: Climate Change Consciousness at Findhorn
The conference has been booked out for the long time but you can take part in the CCC19 Conference Livestreaming