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Video Archive – ‘Voices for the Earth’

Many of the world’s greatest thinkers, leaders and activists come to teach at Schumacher College.

Where possible we share their inspirational contributions through our series of Earth Talks open to the general public – most of which are filmed so that we can spread the word more widely.

This video archive dates back to 2010 and represents a wealth of insight and information about the pressing issues of the 21st Century, through different voices speaking on behalf of the Earth.

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Earth Talk Video: Ritual, Omens, and Divination - Colin Campbell

Is there a treatment in these modern industrialised times for the loss of soul and the severance from spirit? Are we even ill? Should such notions as soul and spirit be considered worthy of a place amid the pragmatics of daily life in a world fuelled by the glitter and promise of modern technology? If so then how do we begin the healing of these parts of our communities and ourselves?

Earth Talk Video: Manari Ushigua Kaji in conversation with Colin Campbell and Stephan Harding

There are still several public policies that affect the integrity and violate the rights of the Sapara people. This is especially so in what the Ecuadorian Government has called the 11th Round of oil exploration that affects 100% of the Sapara Territory.

Earth Talk Video: Five years on a mountain - Paul Kingsnorth and Dougald Hine

In this public conversation, Dougald and Paul will discuss some of the lessons they have learned from their Dark Mountain journey and the questions it has thrown up: where are the new stories that could help us make sense of our situation?

Earth Talk Video: Matthew Fox - Recovering the Sacredness of the Earth

Matthew Fox talks on the subject of ‘Recovering the Sacredness of the Earth and the Difference it Makes as the Next Stage of Human Evolution’

Earth Talk Video: Fritjof Capra - The Systems View of Life

In this film, Fritjof Capra describes how a new understanding of life in terms of complexity, networks, and patterns of organization, has recently emerged at the forefront of science

Community Talk Video: Economy for the Common Good

Diego Isabel La Moneda explains The Economy for the Common Good, an interesting new business and economic movement coming from Austria

Earth Talk Video: I Dare You To Be Great - Polly Higgins

Polly Higgins has opened herself up to daring herself to be great, delving into a deeper personal enquiry. For her, daring to be great is to be in service to something greater than the self. In this video, Polly shares some insights and stories of where her adventure is taking her. Polly Higgins has opened herself up to daring herself to be great, delving into a deeper personal enquiry. For her, daring to be great is to be in service to something greater than the self. In this video, Polly shares some insights and stories of where her adventure is taking her.

Earth Talk Video: The More Beautiful World our Hearts Know is Possible - Charles Eisenstein

Charles Eisenstein is a writer, speaker, and social philosopher. In this video Charles explores why. in the face of grave ecological and social crises, is a spirit of optimism poking through the despair?

Earth Talk Video: The Art of Fermentation - Sandor Katz

Sandor is a fermentation revivalist. In this talk he discusses how simple it is to make your own kimchi, kefir, and other fermented delicacies

Earth Talk: The Quantum Revolution and the Soul of the World - Shantena Sabbadini

In this talk Shantena Sabbadini who previously worked as a theoretical physicist, traces some of the changes in consciousness that have shaped our modern scientific mind.

Earth talk: Science and Spiritual Practices - Dr Rupert Sheldrake

In this Earth Talk, Rupert Sheldrake shows how the “scientific worldview” is moribund; the sciences are being constricted by assumptions that have hardened into dogmas. But science itself is now transcending the materialist philosophy, and pointing toward a new sense of a living world.

Earth Talk Video: The Moneyless Man meets Fergus the Forager

Mark Boyle, who has lived without money for three years, and Fergus Drennan, who is preparing for a year of 100% wild food, discuss Wild Economics.

Schumacher College Insight: November - December 2013

This is the third of a series of insights into Schumacher College life. This episode, filmed between November-December 2013, is presented by William Thomas, house manager at Schumacher College.

An interview with Martin Shaw

Rachel Fleming interviews Martin Shaw about the newly crafted shepherds hut and his new residency at Schumacher College during 2013-2014