The South Belfast Eco-Quaker Group is organising and hosting a series of civic conversations related to the challenges of the ecological and climatic emergencies. As well as enabling a process of learning together and from a diversity of perspectives, initiatives and stories, the ‘Eco-Quaker Conversations’ are intended to help us look for ways to enact constructive responses for the common good. Several of the conversational gatherings scheduled for the coming months have a particular focus and involve invited contributors whose role will be to inform us and provoke our thinking together. From time to time, the intention is to pause for reflection.
The programme until January 2021
Tuesday 17 November (from 7.30pm)– Responding Locally to the Climate Emergency
Guest: Michael Donnelly from Dolmens Climate Action Network (Castlewellan)
Wednesday 9 December (from 7.30pm) – Growing a Forest Town
Guest: Karin Eyben from Garvagh People’s Forest
Thursday 7 January 2021 (from 5.30pm) – Reflections and Resolutions
Invitation to participate in each session will be via an Eventbrite page. Those who register their intention to participate will then receive a Zoom meeting link shortly before the scheduled date. If you would like to receive these Eventbrite notifications, e-mail Jane Lutton at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here is a link for the Eco-Quaker Conversation on Wednesday 14th October (19.30-21.00) – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/we-need-to-talk-about-basic-income-tickets-120576516607.