Saturday November 18th, 10am – 4pm
How should we think in an age of Climate Change? How can we speak differently about its challenges?
On November 18, we will be hosting a day on how our stories from and about nature might help us navigate the current ecological and climate changes. In a creative and participative way, we will explore the roots of our relationship with the natural world and begin to express that relationship in ways that might help us to live in a time of radical ecological change.
Paul is a writer and thinker based in Co Galway. His work focuses on the interaction of humans and nature and he has a particular interest in spiritual ecology. John has studied climate change in the context of food security and recently worked with affected communities in Vietnam.
Cost for the day is €15 (includes lunch and snacks)
To book a place, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 087 2845443