For the past two weeks, Shareable co-hosted Transition US‘s Regenerative Communities Summit. The summit featured Six distinctive program tracks which explored emergency preparedness & disaster response, food sovereignty, just transition, inner resilience, economy, and cultivating leadership. All of the sessions were recorded so you can still access them by registering for the summit.
I was invited to participate in one of the plenaries which focused on how crisis can be a catalyst for personal, societal, and ecological transformation.
This episode of The Response podcast features the audio from that discussion. All of these panelists have been addressing the challenges, crises, and disasters we’re currently facing by finding new and innovative ways to open new opportunities and build better, more resilient communities.
Listen to “Crisis as a catalyst for transformation” on The Response Podcast here (or on the app of your choice):
- Jul Bystrova, co-founder of the Inner Resilience Network and Director of the Eomega/Era of Care project
- John Liu, catalyzed the creation of The Ecosystem Restoration Camps movement which has grown to nearly 50 camps in 6 continents
- Elaine Miller-Karas, Co-Founder and Director of Innovation of the Trauma Resource Institute and author of the book, “Building Resilience to Trauma: The Trauma and Community Resiliency Models” (2015).
- Bob Stilger, founder of NewStories and author of the book, “AfterNow: When We Cannot See the Future, Where Do We Begin?”
- Host and executive producer: Tom Llewellyn
- Series producer: Robert Raymond
- Theme Music: “Meet you on the other side” by Cultivate Beats
The Response is a podcast series from Shareable.net exploring how communities are building collective resilience in the wake of disasters
- “The Response: How Puerto Ricans are restoring power to the people” (Award-winning documentary film)
- The Response: Heatwaves and energy poverty in the Mediterranean (podcast)
- Free eBook: “The Response: Building Collective Resilience in the Wake of Disasters“