The Value of Nature = Our Future

My journey with the Presencing Institute led me to wonder about the values we hold in regard to nature and how we can listen to stakeholders who we may perceive are having a negative impact on nature and rapidly increasing biodiversity loss. I see them as corporations, with decision making people leading them, who see nature as a resource to mine and harvest with no ‘real’ regard for sustainability. I wanted to know “How do we make visible the deep structure of the social field in order to transform it?” It was only… Read More

International Wetlands Day Focus – Peel-Yalgorup Ramsar listed Wetlands 482 – Peel-Harvey Estuary

This Natures Heart Intention project aims to: reflect on human behavior in relation to Nature provide basic information on the Peel-Harvey Estuary, a Ramsar listed wetland, identify organisations and projects taking action to regenerate waterways locally, describe some with global importance that effect climate change via hydrology and carbon sequestration to name two processes and invite you to set an intention that wetlands be protected and regenerated. We are well into the 6th Major Extinction event of Earth and it is predominantly caused by the actions of humans. The continued push for… Read More

Action for the Amazon Fires

United Nations Human Rights Law are there to protect the planet and us. Can they be enforced? ”Failing to protect biodiversity can constitute a violation of the right to a healthy environment, a right that is legally recognised by 155 States and should now be globally recognised as fundamental, they said. 

“The protection of biological diversity is indispensable to realise the right to available, accessible, sustainable and nutritious food. Industrial agriculture being one of the main culprit of biodiversity decline, it is vital to have effective and balanced policies to protect ecosystems’ health while producing sufficient nutritious food for all,” said Hilal Elver, the Special Rapporteur on the right to food.” Read more…