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Amanda Joy Ravenhill on Systems Thinking, Buckminster Fuller and Regenerative Design - E74

The Future Is Beautiful with Amisha Ghadiali

Release Date: 11/13/2019

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As we emerge from our break into our forth series, we felt to bring the voices of some of our wise community here. So we asked our patrons to share voice messages with something they want to share and we recorded part of our May patrons call. We hope that you enjoy hearing these different perspectives. One of the most wonderful parts of The Future Is Beautiful is that we are co-creating it, our new normal, where we embody our sacred activism, where we learn and unlearn, where we all rise up as leaders.

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How can we design for a regenerative future?

“I like to think of the moment we are in like the Millenium Falcon in Star Wars; we need to go sideways to get through the window of opportunity before it closes.” ~ Amanda Joy Ravenhill

In this episode Amisha meets Amanda Joy Ravenhill, Executive Director of the Buckminster Fuller Institute.

Amanda shares her approach to navigating what she calls ‘the awkward era’ that we find ourselves in now. She talks about taking the long view towards a regenerative future, and introduces us to a dazzling array of projects - from agroforestry to kelp farming  - that offer win/win solutions to the intertwined issues of climate crisis, biodiversity loss, food security and economic security. 

Amanda shares with us the remarkable story of Buckminster Fuller’s early years and his rise to prominence as a whole systems design thinker as early as five years of age. She also shares her personal story -  how growing up as a “third culture kid” and living in many different parts of the world during her childhood has shaped her work at the systems level, and how living in community nurtures and supports her in that work.  

Together, Amisha and Amanda speak about the importance of metabolising the anger, grief and anxiety that is provoked by the crises we currently face on a global scale. 

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