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Working with the Patterns of Nature
How Te Ao Māori and Regenerative thinking can reshape how we work and embrace our place in the natural world.

A dialogue style session with:
Gena Moses-Te Kani, Ngāti Kuia Te Iwi Pakohe, Aotearoa NZ
Rowan Brooks - Facilitator and environmental campaigner, Aotearoa NZ
Lucy-Mary Mulholland - Regenesis Institute Co-Faculty Aotearoa NZ
Nicholas Mang - Regenesis Institute Core Faculty USA
Hosted by Damaris Kingdon

“we all whakapapa back to Papatūānuku.”
Dr Amanda Yates - Associate Professor AUT
Ngāti Whakaue, Ngāti Rangiwewehi, Te Aitanga a Mahakai, Rongowhakaata

“As people of the land, returning to place is how we heal ourselves and the earth.” Lucie Greenwood.

This is a dialogue responding to the inspiring provocation from Johnnie Freeland (Ngāti Te Ata Waiohua, Ngai Tūhoe) of Te Ao Māori and Regenerative thinking as binocular vision, two lenses for looking at the world that together, can help us see a way forward. A new trajectory that sees our places as whole living systems regenerating: water ways, ecologies, communities, cultures and economies.

Mar 23, 2023 03:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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