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Creative young minds

XR Nottinggham invites you to it's Wednesday Wonders series of discussions Registration is required see link below. Overview: "Creative Young Minds" will look at the potential for involving children in imaginatively looking ahead to the future, and the benefits of this in reaching game-changing solutions to our social and ecological problems. Treating them at least […]

Rewilding presented by Cllr Sally Longford

XR Nottingham invites you to it's Wednesday Wonders series of discussions Registration is required see link below. Overview: In this week's Wednesday Watch and Wonder, Cllr Sally Longford, deputy leader of Nottingham CC, has kindly agreed to present the topic "Rewilding". To get started, we'll watch a topical video or two for up to about […]

Wednesday Watch and Wonder: Healthy People, Healthy Planet

XR Nottingham invites you to it's Wednesday Wonders series of discussions Registration is required see link below. Drew Factor, MD, MPh, presents "Healthy People, Healthy Planet". From his observations over several decades as a practicing physician, Drew noticed the impact of emotional well-being on the health of his patients. He started seeing how his conventional […]

Wednesday Watch and Wonder: “The Need to Grow” Part 1

XR Nottingham invites you to it's Wednesday Wonders series of discussions Registration is required see link below. For the Wednesday 17th and 24th June Watch and Wonder sessions we will be watching "The Need to Grow", the award winning film that addresses how our place on Planet Earth needs us to take responsibility for localising […]

Wednesday Watch and Wonder: “The Need to Grow” Part 1

XR Nottingham invites you to it's Wednesday Wonders series of discussions Registration is required see link below. This week we'll watch the second half,"The Need to Grow", the award winning film that addresses how our place on Planet Earth needs us to take responsibility for localising economies, especially food. It presents rapid soil regeneration techniques, […]

Canceled :Closing the Loop: a look at regenerative practice

Postponed to allow people to go to Midlands Rebellion Mobilisation Workshop and will be rescheduled later   XR Nottingham invites you to it's Wednesday Wonders series of discussion :Closing the Loop: a look at regenerative practice, present and future Registration is required see link below. Three short videos to put into context different aspects of […]

Colonialism + Capitalism = Climate Crisis,

XR Nottingham invites you to it's Wednesday Wonders series of discussion :Colonialism + Capitalism = Climate Crisis Registration is required see link below. Cameron from the XR national Money Circle explains the links and how they support each other in mindless exploitation of Earth’s resources; and leads a discussion on where to direct our combined […]

Fair Trade – for Producers, Purchasers and Planet

XR Nottingham invites you to it's Wednesday Wonders series of discussion :Fair Trade – for Producers, Purchasers and Planet Registration is required see link below. Presented by Tracey Lloyd, the session will look at and evaluate competing schemes and help you through the greenwash of some multinational companies and their “look alike” marks. Fair Trade […]

TEDx Talk by Helena Norberg-Hodge – The Economics of Happiness

XR Nottingham invites you to it's Wednesday Wonders series of discussion :TEDx Talk by Helena Norberg-Hodge - The Economics of Happiness Registration is required see link below. How can we use what we learn from this talk and previous Wednesday sessions to start implementing local change now? Helena Norberg-Hodge is the founder and director of […]

Food in Crisis

Green Futures Circle have organised at talk by Penney Poyzer, Chair of Nottingham Good Food Partnership (NGFP) "Reinventing life support systems – most of the world already faces chronic food shortages." 🌳 The climate and ecological crisis, if not attended to, will also result in an agricultural and food crisis. 🌳 We see food shortages […]