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Nature Awareness Practice in the Anthropocene

With Mark Coleman recorded on February 6, 2022.

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For many people, the natural world is a perennial place of refuge, resource and replenishment. It can be a profound support for bringing awareness into the outdoors. Yet, nature is under increasingly under siege. During this session we’ll explore how we can still take refuge in the natural world as a support for our well-being, joy and wonder while deepening awareness of ecological crisis.

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