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Permaculture for Climate Activists | Online

March 19 - April 2

Calling all Activists!

This course gives hope, resources, and tools to support and deepen your activism.

Climate change is upon us—and we can easily feel overwhelmed and hopeless when we consider the changes we need to make in response. But when we confront enormous challenges, we are most effective when we know what we are working for—not just what we are against. If we see climate change as massive ecosystem degradation on a global scale, then the response we need is massive ecosystem regeneration with justice and equity to heal our human ecosystems.

The good news is that we know how to do it! 

Permaculture is a global movement of regenerative design that offers many approaches to healing our environment. In this course for climate activists we provide an overview of positive approaches to mitigation and adaptation. What is the most effective way to think about the problem?

What policies should we advocate for, and which should we be wary of? How do we determine where best to put our energy?

If you feel a responsibility to do more than complain about our problems, if you are committed to doing something, you are an activist. Whether you are on the front lines of a pipeline blockade, or wondering where best to donate an extra ten dollars, whether you are a policy maker or a teacher, a parent struggling to raise conscious kids or a volunteer at an urban garden, you are an activist.


We are offering this course at 12:00 pm Pacific time on 3 Tuesdays in the hopes that it will be an accessible time for people in many different time zones. Each class will also be recorded, so you can view it at your convenience.

Registration is by donation to make it accessible to all.

Read more and Register HERE


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