Learn about the Design Web, part of the Cultural Emergence toolkit that can be applied to all aspects of life, including the relationships within your personal community. Connecting with our friends, family and neighbours by simply listening and hearing their needs and struggles can create strong, nourishing connections which in time can open up new emergent opportunities for growth.
Learn why having different types of mentors can be useful; elders in the community, those with more experience in an area we need help with and even the younger generation, who see the world through a different lens.
Creating regenerative cultures isn’t always easy and Looby encourages us to keep ourselves nourished and happy, so we can become role models by example. She also shares tips for keeping nourished and grounded through difficult times, particularly relevant to us all at the moment.
Filmed at the launch of the book, Cultural Emergence, with author, Looby Macnamara, and collaborators Maddy Harland, co-founder of Permaculture Magazine, and Jon Young, founder of the 8 Shields Institute.
Looby is a permaculture teacher and author, including the first book to explore the people care ethic, People and Permaculture.