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Can Extinction Rebellion Unlock Collective Sacrifice?
How can Extinction Rebellion lead the public from awareness of climate emergency to committed action? Ronan Harrington uses an example from recent British history to explore the possibility of a deeper mind shift.
2020: The Walk
We are unprepared for the danger our future holds. We face floods, wildfires, extreme weather, crop failure, mass displacement and the breakdown of society. The time for denial is over. It is time to act.
THIS IS NOT A Manifesto
Our global institutions are based on outdated ideas that excluded the wisdom of women, non-western and non-white people, and led us to see our planet as a machine. We need global systems change that takes into account indigenous and ancestral knowledge, feeling and intuition.
Middle Earth: the fight to save the Amazon's soul
In the heart of the Amazon rainforest, an alternative climate conference is taking place that brings together youth activists, indigenous leaders, scientists and forest dwellers.
What is Emerging? Episode 3 | IMAGINING: TOUCHING THE UNKNOWN
The separation of man from nature is the root cause of the global problems we face. How do we change the story, especially when our imagination is stuck in the logic of the old paradigms?
What is Emerging? Episode 2 | BEING: SEARCHING FOR ENTANGLEMENTS
In this episode Camilla and Maria Clara go searching for inspiring new ways to understand the global crises.
Grieve Play Love
Best Short Climate Film of 2019 by Jem Bendell, author of the Deep Adaptation paper, about the deep perspective change he experienced as a result of climate anxiety.
Does Extinction Rebellion have a Hippy Problem?
How does the public persona of Extinction Rebellion as a ‘bunch of hippies' help or hinder the cause? Who might it need to recruit to win over a wider majority? Ronan Harrington gives some analysis on how public perception can shift.
Deep Adaptation Q&A with Gail Bradbrook
Gail has been researching, planning and training for mass civil disobedience since 2010 and is a co-founder of the social movement Extinction Rebellion (XR) which rapidly spread internationally since its launch in October 2018.
How Nature Can Save us From Climate Breakdown
When living systems – like forests, peat bogs, saltmarshes and the seabed – are allowed to recover, they draw down carbon from the atmosphere, reducing the chances of climate catastrophe.
Jane Goodall on Mother Earth
A powerful ode to Planet Earth. “You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.” Jane Goodall
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