Ancient ancestors: Earth’s stewards

Fellowship Event / Online


Online event: Oceania timing - 6pm AEST/8pm NZST

  • Sustainability
  • Climate change
  • Global
  • Spirituality

Join us for the second event in Re-claiming the Future - an online discussion series looking at how we can nurture our ability to think, plan and dream for the long term.

How we relate to the long term is deeply influenced by our cultural perceptions of time and place. In this event, we ask how non-linear understandings of time, Indigenous Thinking and relationality can help us be better stewards of the Earth in the present and for the future.

About the series 

Re-claiming the Future is a fortnightly online event series curated by RSA Oceania and the RSA Sustainability Network. For the full event listings or to book a series ticket, please visit the series page.

Humanity stands at a critical juncture: our political, economic and societal decision making is focused on the short-term and is threatening the long-term survival of our species and our planet. The path we choose from here will determine the legacy we leave for future generations. Now, more than ever, we urgently need to expand our time perspectives – to think and plan for the long term so can we reclaim the future for coming generations.

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