What can nature teach us in an era of uncertainty and change?
Saturday 17 October 2020 Via Crowdcast
2.30pm to 3.30pm Talk by Sarah Spencer and co-hosts Milly Carmichael and Sam Woods
As part of the National Permcaculture Convergence which this year is online, Think like a Tree faciltitators, Sarah, Milly and Sam will be share nature’s secrets for thriving in times of uncertainty and change.
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We associate woodlands, forests and other natural ecosystems with growth, connection, adaptation and resilience, but often struggle to experience these in our own lives – on a personal level, in our societies and with regard to our uncertain and changing world.
This talk will introduce Think like a Tree and Sarah will share her story of learning to thrive guided by nature, and discuss how we can learn from living systems to help us survive and thrive in the uncertain world we live in, including:
- personal, both physical and psychological
- changing circumstances
- Covid-related issues
- worries about the state of the world
- concerns about the future
I can’t promise that we will solve all the world’s problems in an hour, but you will go away with some great ideas from nature’s 3.8 billion year old success story of thriving in times of change.
Following the talk you may want to join the online group workshop on Saturday 24th October at 10.30am that will explore these ideas in more detail in a group setting via Zoom.
If you would like to take this workshop with a view to going onto the Think like a Tree programme there are more details here.
You can also turn your passion for nature into a career by becoming a Think like a Tree facilitator.