"Regenerative livelihoods in changing times"
Sunday 8th January at 9 AM PST -  5 PM UTC

Start the new year by joining us for an exclusive webinar! 

Meet the creators and facilitators behind our brand-new course Cultivating Regenerative Livelihoods, and let's uncover how we can all make a living while making a difference. 
This webinar & course will help you pause, reflect and connect with what's important to you—redefining what your work and livelihood journeys mean to you - realigning your lifestyle with your purpose - and allowing you to create a regenerative life in these rapidly changing times. 

Our lifestyles don't have to be at odds with the planet, we are able to cultivate new ways of living and working that can benefit the planet and fulfil our individual dreams. 

Make your dreams come to life, and join in the conversation!

Some topics that will be explored in the talk will be;

  • What does a regenerative livelihood look like in real life? 
  • What are the challenges, and what would you do differently if you could change anything? 
  • How about privilege - how can we open more opportunities for BIPOC and people of the global majority to create regenerative & right livelihoods? 

Your Hosts

Della Duncan

Della is a Renegade Economist based in the San Francisco Bay Area. She is the host of the Upstream Podcast, a Senior Atlantic Fellow of Social and Economic Equity at the International Inequalities Institute at LSE, a Right Livelihood Coach, current faculty member at the California Institute of Integral Studies, former student and Faculty member of the MA Economics for Transition program at Schumacher College, and an Alternative Economics Teacher and Consultant


Silvia Di Blasio

Silvia is an Argentinian born Design for Sustainability graduate and EDE facilitator with a lifelong passion and dedication to social justice, sustainability, and transformational change. With a degree in Psychopedagogie and Adult Education and a diploma in Career Counselling, Silvia has specialized on eLearning, curriculum design and facilitation for social change.

Silvia brings a long track record of working as an educator, curriculum designer, online specialist, career coach and facilitator in organisations that include, among others the Work That Reconnects Network, the Permaculture Women’s Guild and three NGOs supporting immigrants and refugees in Canada.

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