Being at our Stand in Cancun Messe . . . .is an interesting experience as many passers by, on seeing the words “spiritual university” are amazed and want to know more about the relationship between spirituality and climate change and are also interested in our presence here.

Some are representatives of Parties, (Governments) some are delegates from NGOs, and others are students and volunteers—many of whom are Mexicans and so we were able to connect them with local BK centers.  We also spend time visiting the stands of others with whom we feel related; because of nationality, or related interests (renewable energies, diet, religion, etc.).  Connecting to others in this way is also an open door for building relationships with other organizations and sharing our vision on the negotiations, and eventually solutions.

In one of the breakout meeting rooms . . . . there was a side event on


Time and space - time to be alone, space to move about - these may well become the great scarcities of tomorrow.