Rupert Read, Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of East Anglia, will be talking on Spiritual adaptation: Waking up over and over to a world in decline and transformation.
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... with the living planet. The Resurgence Trust is an educational charity that strives to help everyone connect – with eachother and with the planet. We produce a magazine called Resurgence & Ecologist and the news website The Ecologist. Here at the Resurgence Centre and around the UK we also put on live events, courses and talks. With the current covid situation that means that we’re connecting more online and less in person than we’d like. But join us for inspiration and practical solutions; for climate justice and wellbeing; or just to read a good book.
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31 AugEvent TypeTALKSResurgence Talks: Rupert ReadDescription / Body text
12 SepEvent TypeCOMMUNITYResurgence Readers' GroupDescription / Body text
We will be discussing ‘Keeping 1.5 alive’ and the Climate & Ecology Bill with Mukti Mitchell of Carbon Savvy and Simon Oldridge from Zero Hour.
13 SepEvent TypeTALKSHope in Action - Practices to Help Us Change the WorldDescription / Body text
Join us in this exploration of practices that can be used by individuals and communities seeking joyful approaches to being the change we want to see in the world.
20 SepEvent TypeCOMMUNITYEarth Festival: Autumn EquinoxDescription / Body text
Autumn Equinox Meditation, Nature Connection, Seasonal Reflection and Self-Inquiry. Let us greet and honour the darkness whilst nurturing lightness, contentment, and gratitude.
28 SepEvent TypeTALKSResurgence Talk: Imandeep KaurDescription / Body text
Imandeep will be talking about the role of citizens in radical systemic change, and how together we can create more democratic, distributed, open source social and civic infrastructure.