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

PORTRAITS OF REMARKABLE PARTICIPANTS

By conference convener, Stephanie Mines. The Findhorn Foundation has held approximately 80 conferences over a 40 year period. And yet, Climate Change & Consciousness in April 2019 will be unique in that, for the first time, we are asking participants to ‘pitch’ for their place. They are required to write about their background, roles, activities, … Continue reading PORTRAITS OF REMARKABLE PARTICIPANTS

Women, Cancer and Climate Change

By conference convener, Stephanie Mines. Women are more vulnerable to the effects of climate change then men, according to UN Women Watch. When biodiversity decreases along with food supplies women deteriorate faster than men. They tend to give up their food opportunities to others, particularly children. Deforestation burdens women in poor countries because they’re the ones … Continue reading Women, Cancer and Climate Change

THE MAKING OF AN ACTIVIST SONGSTRESS

By conference convener, Stephanie Mines. Amongst activists, climate change draws out an innate desire to engage and connect with the human spirit. It aligns us with climate justice and arouses the creativity that is the mainstay of problem solving. This is where resilience can originate; in an upsurge of commitment to future generations. With this … Continue reading THE MAKING OF AN ACTIVIST SONGSTRESS

All things are born of woman – Climate Change and Feminine Leadership (Part 2)

By guest blogger, Joey Walters. “And then the day came when the risk to remain tight in the bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom…” Anais Nin Blossoming requires us to open. It’s an act of courage to open to feeling our vulnerability, to receiving, to re-Sourcing and to flourishing in … Continue reading All things are born of woman – Climate Change and Feminine Leadership (Part 2)