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MARIE GOODWIN: THE FEMININE FORCE BEHIND CHARLES EISENSTEIN

Marie Goodwin is a writer, activist, and recovering academic who is de-schooling herself while unschooling her two teens. She wears many hats (archaeologist, herbalist, writer, mother), but her 'day job' is Personal Assistant (or 'Chief Plate-Spinner and External Hard-Drive') for author/speaker Charles Eisenstein. She will accompany Charles to the CCC19 conference. See here what Charles has … Continue reading MARIE GOODWIN: THE FEMININE FORCE BEHIND CHARLES EISENSTEIN

BREAKING FREE: Youth Activism and Climate Change Leadership

By conference convener, Stephanie Mines - a review of the book, We Rise, authored by CCC19 presenter, Xiuhtezcatl Martinez. “Break free from the traditional tactics of activism and evaluate your skill set, as well as the unique and fresh perspective you bring. Make a difference and have a hell of a good time doing it.” ~ Xiuhtezcatl Martinez … Continue reading BREAKING FREE: Youth Activism and Climate Change Leadership

Love and Intimacy in the Ecozoic Era

By conference convener, Stephanie Mines. “Intimacy with the planet in its wonder and beauty and the full depth of its meaning is what enables an integral human relationship with the planet to function. It is the only possibility for humans to attain their true flourishing while honoring the other modes of earthly being.”  ~ Thomas Berry … Continue reading Love and Intimacy in the Ecozoic Era

What Will We Tell Our Children?

By conference convener, Stephanie Mines. A Review of ‘Climate Generation: Awakening to Our Children’s Future,’ a new book authored by CCC19 participant, Lorna Gold Lorna Gold’s book, Climate Generation: Awakening to Our Children’s Future, offers an accessible rendition of climate science and an action-path to mitigation. But what is really striking to me is that … Continue reading What Will We Tell Our Children?

Ecobuddhism & the 6th Mass Extinction

By guest contributor, Joanna Macy. (This post is republished with permission and updated by Joanna for this blog.) How do you feel about the Sixth Mass Extinction? It’s happening. It’s combined with so much else that promises wholesale collapse. How do we begin to deal with the plastic in the ocean that covers areas the size … Continue reading Ecobuddhism & the 6th Mass Extinction

Co-Creative Spirituality meets Climate Change & Consciousness

By conference convener, Stephanie Mines. “Evolution is the natural landscape where salvation is situated” — Pierre Teilhard de Chardin At the Findhorn Foundation’s Co-Creative Spirituality gathering in Sept 2018, I discovered a new roadmap to hope through heightened communication with subtle and natural realms that wait eagerly for our invitation to lend us their remarkable … Continue reading Co-Creative Spirituality meets Climate Change & Consciousness

Climate Change and the Media

An open letter to CCC19 participants by Robert Yuhnke.* Dear Colleagues in Consciousness: In preparation for our collaboration next April, I wish to suggest media sources that will better support expanding our awareness. Commercial media are not focused on promoting planetary consciousness of the threat that climate change poses to the future of humanity. Mass … Continue reading Climate Change and the Media

The Singing Trees: Inner and Outer Reforestation

A Conversation with Jocelyn May Anderson, by conference convener, Stephanie Mines. Jocelyn May Anderson is the Director of Philanthropy at TreeSisters, a global network of women advancing tropical forest restoration. TreeSisters are a passionately feminine global expression of inspired planetary care as an act of faith in the link between women and the natural world. … Continue reading The Singing Trees: Inner and Outer Reforestation

An Indigenous Worldview is a Source We Now Urgently Need

By guest blogger and CCC19 participant, Eva Willmann de Donlea Our global reality is one of a depleted Earth, the consequence of the havoc we have inflicted through our economies onto our living support system. Are we going to live like lemmings, racing toward self-destruction? Or are we going to sensibly re-learn how to sustainably survive … Continue reading An Indigenous Worldview is a Source We Now Urgently Need