CONSERVATION CONVERSATIONS

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February 12, 2020 1 Hour Free

Allegiance to the Earth: Investigating Our Loyalties

An interesting thought: when we ask, “How can we stop climate change?” we often mean, “How can we stop climate change without substantially changing how we live on the planet?”* The truth is, we can’t. What we first have to do is ask, “Where is ...

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What's being done and what can you do? In our most recent Conservation Conversation, Susan shared resources from the recent TEDWomen conference and other movements around the world, and participants contributed their own experiences, thoughts, and examples of how we can all work together for our planet. Small community conversations form a network of global inspiration that energize us and support effective action. Resources Mentioned in this Conversation include the following:  We Are All Related: A Conversation with Stan Rushworth The Seven Sisters by Ann Loyola To Speak for the Trees by Diana Beresford-Kroeger The Hidden Life of Trees by Peter Wohlleben Dark Emu: Black Seeds:...

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The corporate revolution will collapse if we refuse to buy what they are selling—their ideas, their version of history, their wars, their weapons, their notion of inevitability... Another world is not only possible, she is on her way. On a quiet day, I can hear her breathing. - Arundhati Roy In this month’s conversation, Susan and Chelsea share ideas discussed during the Social Venture Circle Conference they attended in November. The complexity of the issues we are facing as a planet requires us to be interdisciplinary, inclusive, and daring in our thinking and problem solving. It is essential that each one of us participate because we all exist on our Earth together and all have...

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Recently returned from a retreat called “Reversing Extinction,” and in the midst of rising protests across the world from Extinction Rebellion, Susan has been pondering three questions that arose during moments of deep listening and conversation: What part is missing from our deep memory? What are we colliding against? What agreements are we not willing to make? As the group discusses these questions, we contemplate how each of us can take personal responsibility for changing the way we live to better care for the Earth and all...

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