Regeneration: Ending the Climate Crisis in One Generation

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Author of Drawdown, and
his new book Regeneration

Regeneration
with Paul Hawken

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Commusings: with Paul Hawken

In this course, you’ll discover + learn about:

  • Global warming myths and mistakes
  • What regeneration means and why it’s key to ending the climate crisis
  • Why this problem is for humans to solve, not just science
  • The six frameworks for taking action 
  • Your personal, meaningful role in healing the planet

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Regeneration
with Paul Hawken

Paul Hawken on His Fascinating Journey from Civil Rights Protester to Erewhon Founder to Environmentalist

Regeneration Webinar in London
October 26 | 6:00 pm — 7:00 pm – British Summer Time

Regeneration by Paul Hawken

Book review

The Creation Care Team and the Interfaith Earth Care Alliance group are reading and exploring environmentalist Paul Hawken’s new book: 

Regeneration: Ending the Climate Crisis in One Generation (2021)

Paul Hawken’s approach is optimistic and multifaceted: “one that weaves justice, climate, biodiversity, equity and human dignity into a seamless tapestry of action, policy, and transformation that can end the climate crisis in one generation.”  It begins with a hopeful Forward by Jane Goodall and includes other contributions from Richard Powers, Jonathan Safran Forer, Carl Safina, and Isabella Tree. Beautiful and striking photographs of the natural world throughout the text help inspire while Hawken provides a practical guide for us all to get to work on regeneration together. “Regeneration has two meanings. It refers to regenerating life on earth. And it refers to a new generation of humanity coming together to reverse global warming.” We can all put life at the center of every action we take and every decision we make.

Review written by Kelsey Redlin

You can learn more about the book at:https://regeneration.org

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