Global Environments Network events focus on peer-to-peer learning, pulling together outstanding participants and extraordinary resource people, often radical thinkers, eminent academics, avant-garde artists and leading practitioners. Our Summer Academies, Regional Academies and Community Exchanges are designed to provide changemakers with the support and tools they need to put their aspirations into practice.

SUMMER ACADEMIES

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Summer academies nurture emerging environmental changemakers through peer to-peer learning and sustained interactions. Participants benefit through networking opportunities, enhanced communication skills and cutting-edge, transdisciplinary reflection.

REGIONAL ACADEMIES

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Regional academies gather participants from within global regions to focus on specific environmental or social themes, and to witness compelling case studies of environmental resilience, ecological restoration and community adaptation to change.

COMMUNITY EXCHANGES

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These community-led exchanges are spaces for sharing innovative methodologies, examples, strategies and tactics to address specific issues and strengthen sovereignty. They aim to enhance wellbeing at community and landscape scales, seeding durable networks for mutual support.

GEN IN CONVERSATION SERIES

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The GEN In Conversation Series is a four-month online programme of talks and interactive workshops designed for the curious mind. From June through to September, we are bringing together activists, academics, community practitioners, artists, writers, dancers and researchers to share their insights and lived experiences from Regenerative Justice, land rights and colonisation; to Food Sovereignty, Agroecology, Alternative Economics and the Conservation Revolution: with much more in between!

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