Such an inspiring Place presentation and discussion on zoom regenerative recently. A huge thanks to all those involved.
For me an immense takeaway was the concept of place having knowledge, and landscape as a web of knowledge, and the impact, both good and bad we have, on place, on land, on culture as we build. If we are really seeking to be ecologically robust, socially just and culturally rich then we do indeed need to readjust our regenerative compass.
We will revisit this theme as there is so much to learn and adapt within our regenerative practices.
The recording, text and other material can be found in the Zoom Regenerative dropbox
There were some wonderful shares during and immediately following the session:
Allison page website: – https://zakpage.com
and then …
… a related book on my read list is Good Ancestors by https://www.romankrznaric.comwho was on a webinar a few days ago with Brian Enowho made the comment that we cannot understand time without understanding place.
… this appeared from the BBC Ideas page on a feed this morning – is it time to reassess our relationship with nature?– https://www.bbc.co.uk/ideas/videos/is-it-time-to-reassess-our-relationship-with-natur/p08l2xcb?playlist=made-in-partnership-with-the-open-university