What is Resilience?
Tuesday 10 March 5.45 to 7.30 pm
An evening for Lampeter and its locality
hosted by the Harmony Institute and Lampeter Resilience Hub
In this changing & challenging world we can still strive for a better future
- for ourselves and all living beings, whatever the circumstances.
Come and join the Harmony Professors of Practice and the newly formed Lampeter Resilience Hub to share stories of resilience and be part of the change!
Please book your free place in advance (to help with refreshments):
5.45 to 7.30 pm, Tuesday 10 March (Refreshments at 5.45)
Founders Library, Trinity Saint David Lampeter campus
Date & Time: Tuesday 10 March 5:45 pm - 7:30 pm, 2020
Where: Founders Library, UWTSD, Lampeter Campus.
Inquiries:: Dr Nicholas Campion, email@example.com
About the Harmony Professors of Pactice
David Cadman is a Quaker writer. He has held a number of professorial chairs and is now a Visiting Professor at University College London and the University of Maryland. He is a Professor of Practice at the University of Wales Trinity St. David. He is a Trustee of The Prince's School of Traditional Arts and a Fellow of The Temenos Academy, of which His Royal Highness is Patron.
David Cadman's recent publications include Speeches and Articles 1968-2012, of which he was co-editor.
This is a collection of speeches and articles of The Prince of Wales, published by the University of Wales, Love Matters, published by Zig Publishing, 2014, Finding Elsewhere, a collection of stories for our time, published by Zig Publishing, 2015 and Why Love Matters, of which he was co-editor, published by Peter Land, 2016. His work can be found at www.lovematters.uk.com.
John Sauven is the Executive Director of Greenpeace UK. With a background in forests he was instrumental in getting protection for the Great Bear temperate rainforest in Canada. It was an epic battle between logging companies, timber traders and their retail customers in Europe and North America.
John Sauven co-ordinated the international campaign to secure a moratoria on further destruction of the Amazon by soya producers and later similar tactics were used to get a cattle moratorium. Similar tactics were used elsewhere to tackle the drivers of deforestation including for paper and palm oil in Indonesia. Ultimately it changed the supply chains of many of the world's biggest corporations. It was one of Greenpeace's most successful campaigns to protect large areas of the world's last intact rainforests providing both climate and biodiversity protection as well as local peoples livelihoods. In 2010 John Sauven started the campaign to protect the Arctic from oil exploration. It turned into a heroic battle first with Russia's Gazprom and then Shell. In 2015 Shell pulled out of the Arctic.