Streaming

The Climate Change & Consciousness conference will be live-streamed almost continuously from 09:00 – 22:00 GMT daily over the week of the event (April 20 – 26, 2019). All streaming will be recorded and archived for later, on-demand viewing. The full streaming schedule will be posted in due course.

We envisage different sizes and types of groups taking the streaming at different prices and levels of service:
1. Standard prices are for individuals, households and small groups of friends or activists who simply wish to watch the streaming live or in their own time.
2. Hub* prices are for organised groups, NGOs, businesses and institutions who wish to self-organise an event of their own based around the live stream.
3. Supported pricing is for folk from the Global South (and others on a subsistence income) who will be able to access the streaming at low cost.

Pricing

All prices below are self-selected on the basis of size and type of group and also income level and/or profitability. Subscriptions will be available for the whole week and separately for each day.

Standard Pricing

For individuals, households and small groups, pricing will be:
Level 1 (low income): £200 for the week, £40 per day.
Level 2 (medium income): £300 for the week, £60 per day.
Level 3 (high income): £400 for the week, £80 per day.

Hubs Pricing

For hubs (organised groups, NGOs, businesses and institutions), pricing will be:
Level 4 (Organised groups, small nonprofits and businesses): £600 for the week, £120 per day.
Level 5 (Medium sized nonprofits and businesses): £800 for the week, £160 per day.
Level 6 (Large nonprofits, businesses and institutions): £1000 for the week, £200 per day.

Supported Pricing

Folk from the Global South (and others on a subsistence income) will be able to access the streaming for a single super-low cost:
Level 7 – £50 for the week and £10 per day.

* Hubs

Hubs are organised groups, NGOs, businesses and institutions with the resources and willingness to self-organise an event of their own, based around the live streaming. They might, for example, organise discussion groups, panel sessions, presentations or performances for and by their participants. The organising body, has the option of resourcing the event itself or setting a charge for participation to cover costs (including the live stream subscription cost). Hubs will have the opportunity to engage with the conference at Findhorn with some form of two-way interaction, yet to be defined. They will also receive limited support from Findhorn in the planning and setting up of their event.

If your organisation is interested in forming a hub, please contact us or email: ccc19@findhorn.org