Tag: Sustainability

“Kung Fu” adventure tale teaches kids respect for Nature

• November 8, 2016 • Comments (0)
“Kung Fu” adventure tale teaches kids respect for Nature

A fun new illustrated “Kung Fu” adventure tale to encourage children to respect Nature and have fun with her gifts.

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What’s happening at Future NOW?

• November 5, 2014 • Comments (0)
What’s happening at Future NOW?

A window on the pioneering spiritual ecology conference With two days to go till Future NOW at Trinity Centre, Bristol on Saturday 8th November, there’s lots of buzz and anticipation building about this innovative event to be staged in a funky converted church…so what lies in store? With a focus on exploring how we can […]

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Satish Kumar – The Philosophy of Sacred Nature

• October 12, 2014 • Comments (0)
Satish Kumar – The Philosophy of Sacred Nature

Satish Kumar – one of the leading lights in the global spiritual ecology movement – will be sharing his remarkable vision and passion for creating a more sustainable and just world at the Future NOW spiritual ecology conference in Bristol on Saturday 8th November. Satish, who has been editor of the UK’s flagship eco-spiritual magazine […]

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Peter Owen Jones – Vision for a New Humanity

• September 28, 2014 • Comments (0)
Peter Owen Jones - Vision for a New Humanity

“The systems we have inherited from the past are simply unable to create a sustainable future. Whilst we are doubtless approaching an end of some sort we are also beginning at last to dream of what a new humanity and new Earth might contain”.

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Future Now – Conference

• September 17, 2014 • Comments (0)
Future Now - Conference

Pioneering spiritual ecology conference comes to Bristol What can we do differently to preserve our planet for future generations? Conscious Frontiers is excited to be staging the groundbreaking Future NOW spiritual ecology conference together with Laughter Yoga author Joe Hoare at Bristol’s Trinity Centre – a funky converted church and community arts centre – on […]

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Ecuador: The Last Push For A Chance Of A Reprieve On Yasuní

• March 13, 2014 • Comments (3)
Ecuador: The Last Push For A Chance Of A Reprieve On Yasuní

“Do you agree that the Ecuadorean government should keep the crude in the ITT, known as block 43, underground indefinitely?”

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Charles Eisenstein – The Living Planet

• January 20, 2014 • Comments (0)
Charles Eisenstein - The Living Planet

Talking of a Living Planet challenges a key assumption of our civilisation and all system of technology; that there will be no consequences, no hurt, no pain caused, no reason to grief when we destroy what is outside of ourselves.

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Buy Nothing Day: Shop Less, Live More

• November 29, 2013 • Comments (0)
Buy Nothing Day: Shop Less, Live More

Most of us have been marketed in every sphere of our daily lives since infancy and the average urban adult is exposed to over 3,000 adverts per day. Until we challenge the entrenched values of capitalism – that the economy must always keep growing, and that it depends on constant and increasing consumption – we’re not going able to deal with the gigantic psychological, financial and ecological crises of our times.

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FERAL – Searching for Enchantment

• November 14, 2013 • Comments (0)
FERAL - Searching for Enchantment

At its heart Rewilding refers to the mass restoration of ecosystems, and with it the enlivening of our own souls.

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George Monbiot – Rewilding

• November 14, 2013 • Comments (2)
George Monbiot - Rewilding

WATCH THE VIDEO – In an event hosted by the Gaia Foundation, George Monbiot talks about his new book: ‘Feral: Searching for Enchantment on the Frontiers of Rewilding’.

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