The Ecological Changemakers Summit: Transforming The Human-Nature Relationship

Exploring the human-nature relationship in this age of transition.

WELCOME TO DAY 1:

Ecological Changemakers Summit

The Full Schedule For Day 1:

10 a.m. Steven Kotler: Empathy, Eco-Psychology, The Perceptual Crisis, Flow States and Ecological Innovation

11 a.m. Nikki Satira - Teaching Confidence, Problem Solving and Resilience Through Nature Connection

1 p.m. - Jeffrey Armstrong: Sustainability, Ayurvedic Living, Yoga and The Vedas

2 p.m. - Chris Gilmour: Learning The Forgotten Language of Nature

3 p.m. - John Vervaeke - Mindfulness, Cognitive Science and Awakening From The Meaning Crisis

1. Steven Kotler: Empathy, Eco-Psychology, The Perceptual Crisis, Flow States and Ecological Innovation

Steven is the founder of the Flow Research Collective and the author of 8 best-selling books on creative entrepreneurship, artificial intelligence, human-animal connection, high performance and flow psychology. 

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2. Nikki Satira: Teaching Confidence, Problem Solving and Resilience Through Nature Connection

Nikki Satira is a nature connection educator at the P.i.n.e. Project where she teaches urban people about their place in nature and helps weave a “culture of nature connection”.

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3. Jeffrey Armstrong: Sustainability, Ayurvedic Living, Yoga and The Vedas

Jeffrey (Kavindra Rishi) has studied Vedic knowledge for over forty years and has explored the depths of many of the greatest teachings of India.

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4. Chris Gilmour: Learning The Forgotten Language of Nature

Chris Gilmour is the founder of Changing Worlds Project and is a specialist in wilderness survival, wildlife tracking, teaching nature connection and the forgotten language of nature.

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5. John Vervaeke: Mindfulness, Cognitive Science and Awakening From The Meaning Crisis

John Vervaeke is director of the Consciousness and Wisdom Studies Lab and an Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto in the Psychology department and Cognitive Science program. 

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WELCOME TO DAY 2:

ECOLOGICAL CHANGEMAKERS 
SUMMIT

10 a.m. - Laura Gilmour: Building A Relationship With Plants Through Ethical Wild Foraging

11 a.m. - Marc Angelo Coppola: Storytelling, Purpose-Driven Entrepreneurship and Building An Eco Community

1 p.m. - Jacqui Wilkins: Indigenous Plant Medicine, Earth Wisdom and Ancestral Teachings

2 p.m. - Oliver Merivee: Mushroom Cultivation and How Fungi Can Save The Planet

1. Laura Gilmour: Building A Relationship With Plants Through Ethical Wild Foraging

Laura Gilmour is founder of Wild Muskoka Botanicals, where she is the producer of artisan wild foods and people how to locally forage in a sustainable manner.

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2. Marc Angelo Coppola: Storytelling, Purpose-Driven Entrepreneurship and Building An Eco Community

Marc Angelo Coppola is the co-founder of the Valhalla Movement, a permaculture farm and sustainability learning centre near Montreal, Canada.

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3. Jacqui Wilkins: Earth Wisdom and Indigenous Plant Medicine

Jacqui Wilkins is a naturopath who combines earth wisdom and indigenous plant medicine with traditional alternative medicine practices. 

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4. Oliver Merivee: Mushroom Cultivation and How Fungi Can Save The Planet

Oliver is the co-founder of the Fungi Academy, which is mushroom ecology retreat centre and educational coliving space on the shores of beautiful Lake Atitlan in the highlands of Guatemala.

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