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Talks & Events

Out of the Wreckage: A New Politics for an Age of Crisis

From 23rd November 2017 | Until 23rd November 2017

Out of the Wreckage: A New Politics for an Age of Crisis

With George Monbiot, Guardian journalist, activist and author. Thursday 23rd November, 6.30pm wine and nibbles, 7pm talk followed by Q&A. Heath Street Baptist Church, Hampstead, NW3 1DP. Book tickets here.  In his new book, Out of the Wreckage, George Monbiot shows how a toxic ideology of extreme competition and individualism not only rules the world, but misrepresents human nature, thereby destroying hope and common purpose whilst fracturing communities and the ecosystems upon which we all depend. He argues that only a positive vision can replace it; a new story that re-engages people in politics and lights a path to a better world, and a more respectful relationship with our beautiful planet. George will explain how new findings in psychology, neuroscience... Read More

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Reclaiming Politics at a Local Level

On 1st February 2018

Reclaiming Politics at a Local Level

With Peter & Annabelle Macfadyen and Susanna Rustin Thursday 1st February, 6.30pm: drinks and buffet at Gaia House, 7.30pm – 9pm: talk and discussion at Burgh House. Book tickets here. … Read More

Catch Up On Past Events

Charles Eistenstein in Conversation with Satish Kumar
Disconnecting from Consumerism: Embracing a ‘New Materialism’ and Re-imagining our Relationship with Information Technology
Active Hope with Joanna Macy & Chris Johnstone
Rewilding with George Monbiot

September 2013

Rewilding with George Monbiot

Watch the video highlights here. Celebrated journalist and environmentalist George Monbiot will be joining us to talk about his new book, Feral. The book introduces a radical new type of ‘hands-off’… Read More

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