Are you too angry and sad, when you see ancient tea trees cut down, indigenous culture whitewashed and our Mother Earth deeply wounded? Do you also feel the urge to act, but not sure where to start?
In our experience with nature, it is often about what we can stop doing instead of doing more. And when we take a moment to slow down and come together, we will hear the answers spoken by nature and our ancestors. As Zola puts it:
"It is about observing each living thing as they are, in that observation you know how to relate, in that relating, as we give nature its expression, it conserves itself."
In support for International Day of Climate Action, I've invited our friends from Hong Kong, South Africa and London, to share their part of the solution as we assess the current climate, support ancient traditions, and pave the way for the protection of wisdom, intuition, and dying stories.
Join us on 24th Sat 1800 BST and share your insight with us as we broadcast live on Facebook and Instagram.
We look forward to seeing you there.