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Fri, Mar 15

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Climate Hub Webinar: Weaving together people and place - creating a climate of regeneration

Jan Inglis will be exploring the concept of bioregionalism within our own community, sharing examples of on the ground regenerative projects and discussing how we can deepen ecological connections.

Climate Hub Webinar: Weaving together people and place - creating a climate of regeneration
Climate Hub Webinar: Weaving together people and place - creating a climate of regeneration

Time & Location

Mar 15, 2024, 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.

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About the event

Bioregionalism is a term used for recognizing and respecting the unique geological, ecological and cultural features of the place we are in.

Jan Inglis will be exploring the concept of bioregionalism within our own community, sharing examples of on the ground regenerative projects and discussing how we can deepen ecological connections. More event details to come.

Jan’s work has been motivated by questions regarding how people faced challenges and potentially evolved ways to transform the seemingly overwhelming situations they find themselves in. This inquiry has led her through a background as a Somatic Psychotherapist, grassroots environmental educator and public engagement practitioner, weaving in studies in complexity science, cultural evolution, commons based economics, community art and bioregionalism.

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