Pathways to Planetary Health: Regeneration with Paul Hawken

By Garrison Institute

On October 5, the Garrison Institute Forum on Pathways to Planetary Health hosted a conversation between renowned author Paul Hawken, Garrison Institute cofounder Jonathan F.P. Rose, and a panel of select regenerators who exemplify the actions necessary for our time, as outlined in Paul’s new book, Regeneration: Ending the Climate Crisis in One Generation. Paul Hawken writes, “Regeneration means putting…

Pathways to Planetary Health Forum: Jon Kabat-Zinn on Growing The Common Good

By Garrison Institute

On September 14, the Garrison Institute Forum on Pathways to Planetary Health continued as renowned meditation teacher, author, and clinician Jon Kabat-Zinn joined Garrison Institute cofounder Jonathan F.P. Rose for far-reaching conversation on meditation, planetary health, and movements for justice and liberation. Nearly 600 people registered for this interactive conversation, which included guided meditations led by Kabat-Zinn. Through Pathways to…

Pathways to Planetary Health Forum: David Abram on the More-than-Human World

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On June 15, we continued the Garrison Institute Forum on Pathways to Planetary Health (PPH) with a conversation between cultural ecologist, philosopher and founder of The Alliance for Wild Ethics David Abram and Garrison Institute co-founder Jonathan F. P. Rose. In this dialogue, they explored a worldview that transcends the anthropocentric and accepts earthly nature as “more-than-human,” to use Abram’s phrase adopted by…

Pathways to Planetary Health Forum: Tim Jackson on Life After Capitalism

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On June 2, we continued the Garrison Institute Forum on Pathways to Planetary Health (PPH) with a conversation between award-winning economist and scholar Tim Jackson and Garrison Institute co-founder Jonathan F. P. Rose. Their discussion focused on imagining a world where the shifts in worldviews and systems changes we need for a viable future, redress the underlying cause of climate change,…

Pathways to Planetary Health Forum: Tony Hiss on Half-Earth and Planetary Health

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On May 13, we continued the Garrison Institute Forum on Pathways to Planetary Health (PPH) with a conversation between acclaimed author, New Yorker writer, scholar, and visionary Tony Hiss and Garrison Institute co-founder Jonathan F.P. Rose about the fascinating possibilities of “Half-Earth” – the call to conserve half of Earth’s land and oceans to safeguard biodiversity and regenerate ecosystems. Hiss explores the Half-Earth theory…

Watch now—Pathways to Planetary Health: Joanna Macy

By Meghan Goria

On January 14, 2021, Garrison Institute presented a rare conversation with Joanna Macy, exploring our relationship to the earth and the pathways to healing during this critical time. As Macy has asked, “How can I be fully present to my world–present enough to rejoice and be useful–when we as a species are destroying it?” Drawing on her work at the intersection…

Pathways To Planetary Health Forum: Ibrahim Salih Abdul-Matin on What Islam Teaches About Protecting the Planet

By Garrison Institute

On January 7, we continued the Garrison Institute Forum on Pathways to Planetary Health (PPH) with a conversation between Ibrahim Salih Abdul-Matin, author and co-founder of Green Squash Consulting, and Jonathan F.P. Rose, co-founder of the Garrison Institute. This far-reaching, timely conversation is full of insights into the work of healing our planet and ourselves, and we invite you to…

Pathways To Planetary Health Forum: Filmmaker, Photographer, Author, Husk Of Time Victor Masayesva in Conversation with Co-Founder, The Garrison Institute, Jonathan F.P. Rose

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On September 10, filmmaker, video-artist and photographer Victor Masayesva of the Hopi village of Hoatvela joined chairman Jonathan F.P. Rose for the latest installment of the Garrison Institute Forum: Planetary Health Series. Since the early 1980s, Masayesva has been at the forefront of developing and propagating an indigenous aesthetic through his works, drawing praise from one scholar as being “one…