COVID: Global Crises
COVID, Global Crises, and Conscious Evolution with Elsabet Sahtouris
The SARS-CoV-2 pandemic has created conflicting opinions, scientific debate, and political polarization, along with extensive grief, anxiety and widespread fear. Nature’s design may suggest a radically different way of looking at the virus and how to manage the impact and disruption. What can Nature and Evolution Biology teach us about the other global crises we are facing? Tune in as Dr. Julie asks Dr. Elisabet Sahtouris.
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Elisabet Sahtouris, PhD is an internationally known evolution biologist and futurist, speaking on all five continents; teaching Living Economies and How to Navigate our Perfect Storm of Crises. After a post-doctoral fellowship at the American Museum of Natural History, she taught at MIT, the University of Massachusetts, contributed to the NOVA-Horizon TV series, became a fellow of the World Business Academy with an honorary Chair in Living Economies and a fellow of the Findhorn Foundation In Scotland, is on the Advisory Board of Ethical Markets, Tree Sisters and other organizations. Dr. Sahtouris is a co-founder of the Worldwide Indigenous Science Network and of Rising Women; Rising World. She has convened international symposia on Foundations of World Sciences in Japan and Malaysia, is currently a Professor in Residence at Chaminade University in Honolulu. Dr.Sahtouris is the author of EarthDance: Living Systems in Evolution, A Walk Through Time: From Stardust to Us, Biology Revisioned, with co-author Willis Harman, and, her latest: Gaia ‘s Dance: the Story of Earth & Us. She has appeared in numerous films, given TED talks in Germany and Morocco, and has chapters in many book anthologies.