Our research group by YEEES and GEN “Ecovillages and resilient lifestyles” – hosted by Dr. Anne Schwab, Taisa Mattos, Dr. Rebeca Roysen – announces its next session.
You are happily invited to take part at our next colloquium session (see flyer below)
Topic: Ecovillages and Regenerative Cultures with our speaker Dr. Daniel Christian Wahl.
February 26th, from 3 to 5 PM CET
For the next colloquium, on February 26th, from 3 to 5 PM CET, we are honoured to invite Dr. Daniel Christian Wahl as guest speaker on Ecovillages and Regenerative Cultures.
In the sixth colloquium of the Series, organised by GEN Research and YEEES, we will welcome Dr. Daniel Wahl to ‘live the questions together’. We will explore how ecovillages can be seen as testfields and innovation centres for ‘regenerative cultures.’ Also, we will hear about his experience in Ecovillage research and education and why he shifted the focus from working on community scale to working on bioregional regeneration.
Daniel Christian Wahl, author of the book Designing Regenerative Cultures was trained as a biologist, and holds degrees in Biology (BSc. Hons., Univ. of Edinburgh), Holistic Science (MSc.,Schumacher College) and Natural Design (PhD., Univ. of Dundee). He was the director of Findhorn College from 2007 to 2010, is a member of the International Futures Forum and H3Uni and on the advisory councils of Ecosystems Restoration Camps, Commonland, among others. He has been on the academic working group of the Global Ecovillage Network (GEN) and has been linked to GEN for almost 20 years. Daniel has also worked closely with Gaia Education since 2007 and contributed to the development of their Design for Sustainability online course. He teaches regularly on the MA in Ecological Design Thinking at Schumacher College. Daniel lives in Majorca with his family and works locally and internationally as a consultant, educator and activist.
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