Do thoughts & consciousness impact climate change?

Sunday 19 Feb 2.30pm - 4.30pm Free Admission
South Lakes Foyer, Frieda Scott Room, Stricklandgate

The first in a series of discussions on Climate Change and Consciousness, bringing insight, humour, and respect to a subject that is often beyond reach and celebrating the National Climate Change Week in March 2012

In conversation with......

Jon Green, Chief Executive of the Vegetarian Society
Dr Sonny Khan, activist on trade justice and environmental issues
John Hetherington, United Reformed Church Minister
Ranjan Amin, Co-ordinator Brahma Kumaris, Cumbria

Our actions have contributed to the climate change we face today, but how do thoughts and consciousness impact climate change?

What we say, what we do, and what we feel – all have their origin in the mind.

The energy of the human mind is one of the greatest, but least understood, energy resources. When we understand and harness this energy, we possess the key to a sustainable future.

Jon Green, Chief Executive of the Vegetarian Society
Jon was originally a philosophy graduate but he is much better now! He spent his formative professional years in the Ministry of Defence and the Cabinet Office where the main focus of his work was management reform. Since then he has completed his PhD, worked in homelessness and naturally moved on to take the reins at the Vegetarian Society.

Dr Sonny Khan
Sonny graduated from Aberdeen University with a PhD in Mathematics in 1997. He spent six years as a teacher before leaving work in 2008. Sonny has been a full time activist for the last six years, working on trade justice and environmental issues.

John Hetherington
John is a United Reformed Church Minister (Non Stipendiary) who has had a long standing involvement in environmental issues. He was, until 2008, Cumbria County Council's Environmental Planning Manager – which included work on nuclear issues. He is the Secretary of the South Lakeland Interfaith Forum.

Ranjan Amin
Ranjan has a deep interest in the impact of climate change, food and Consciousness, in particular the impact of positive thoughts. Ranjan is a teacher and student of Raja Yoga in Kendal.

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