Ecovillages and Peacework in Conflict Regions with Margarita Zethelius

People who live in ecovillages know that life there is often accompanied by deep inner work on how to have a more peaceful co-existence with others. Join Margarita to hear how regenerative ecovillage solutions are contributing to community development and peacebuilding in Colombia. Discuss how we can forward this important work around the world.

Saturday May 13, 1 PM BST (British Summer Time) – see you local time here

Margarita O. Zethelius is a biologist from Colombia with an MSc in Conservation and Rural Development. Her experience includes 15 years of design, management and implementation of sustainable development projects and community strategies for communication and education for conservation. A skilled networker, she is part of Berkeley University’s Environmental Leadership Program ELP and WWF’s Education for Nature Program EFN. She also works with Project Development within GEN. As part of the board of CASA (Council of Sustainable Settlements of Latin America) and with the NGO Alliances for Abundance, she is working on the inclusion and development of grassroots initiatives for climate change adaptation, peace building and conservation. She also sits on the board of GAIA Education. Currently she works principally with Afro-Colombian, indigenous and peasants communities.

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