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Earth Talk: Abstraction and the world soul in the era of information - Shantena Sabbadini

03/02/2015 - 20:00
In the digital age there is an increasing reliance on abstraction: scientific models replace the sensuous world, the abstraction money governs our lives, virtual reality replaces actual experience, electronic communication defines our collective reality. Join Shantena Sabbadini for an evening which explores the importance of recovering our connection with the earth, our intuition, our feminine, honouring the world soul.
Dr Iain McGilchrist Sustainability Masters

Earth Talk: The Power of No - Iain McGilchrist

04/02/2015 - 20:00
The very word negative, which simply means ‘no’-saying, suggests that negation is unhelpful, uncreative, depressing – perhaps even immoral. Celebrated author and speaker Iain McGilchrist, will argue that this is a cruel deception, a consequence of rigid, linear thinking, which, paradoxical as it may seem, ensures disappointment, failure, and misery. Every ‘yes’ is reached only on the far side of ‘no’.
Urbaniahoeve Organic Horticulture & Enlightened Agriculture

EarthTalk: Merging garden city heritage with a food forest in Amsterdam - Debra Solomon

11/02/2015 - 20:00
Debra Solomon will talk about Urbaniahoeve, Social Design Lab for Urban Agriculture and their efforts to adapt the cultural heritage of the existing garden city landscape architecture of Amsterdam Nieuw West whilst prioritising the eco-system and implementing necessary, in situ topsoil production.

Earth Talk: An Ancient Journey - The story of our stone age camp in the wilderness

25/02/2015 - 20:00
Jane and Jessie, lived for a few ancient, timeless weeks in the Pacific Northwest mountains. Join them for an evening of stories, images, discussion, questions and a full display of their stone age belongings.

Beautiful and Useful - Fundraising event with Monty Don

09/04/2015 - 19:30 to 21:30
Monty Don will launch a new 2015 Schumacher College Craft Apprenticeships Programme Schumacher College Fundraising event

Generation of the New Economy – Youth Economics Festival

13/04/2015 - 08:30 to 18/04/2015 - 16:30
David Graeber, Molly Scott Cato, Rob Hopkins, Meg Wheatley and Jonathan Dawson | This week will offer young people from across Europe and beyond the opportunity to collaboratively explore developments at the cutting edge of the learning and practice of economics. It will provide a space for us to set the agenda, self-organise into a vibrant and self-governing learning community and dive deep into imagining new ways of organising our economies and communities.