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Published: 25 March 2022
This Article was Written by: Katie Hill - My Green Pod
A paradigm shift is defined as ‘an important change that happens when the usual way of thinking about or doing something is replaced by a new and different way.’
If covid has created this shift in thinking, what is the next step?
How can we learn from the past few years and really make a positive difference in this changing world?
Super Humans is a panel discussion on 05 April at one of Bristol’s largest and most beautiful venues, where community gathers to look at new ideas around people-powered solutions.
‘As it becomes increasingly clear that central government has no capacity or interest in lives at a community level , especially where people are really up against it, the need for joined systems and action at this level has never been more important.
‘People do have the power. We’ve been persuaded for generations that men in suits and elected officials will make the best decisions for us, but as the systems at the top collapse, it creates vast gaps for people power to take root and thrive.’
Founder of Flatpack Democracy
Rap poet and story teller Selby will brig a poem and a song to start the evening’s discussion. With playful rhythm and heartfelt delivery, Selby calls upon themes of nature, relationship and community.
Founder of Sustainable Frome and a director of Frome’s Renewable Energy Co-op.
Through these roles he better understood both the missed opportunities and potential of local government, leading to his role in initiating Independents for Frome (IfF), the group of individuals whose takeover of Frome Town Council is the focus of Flatpack Democracy.
A lifelong social and environmental activist, educator and artist. Through roles at NYCE CIC and the Global Goals Centre, Manu works directly with Bristol communities to facilitate access to creative education about the world’s pressing issues and access to the environment.
An award-winning environmentalist, author, speaker and founder of City to Sea, a UK-based organisation running campaigns to change human behaviour and stop plastic pollution at source.
Co-founder of My Green Pod, founder P.E.A. (People. Environment. Achievement.) Awards and singer/songwriter with The Phoenix Rose.
A Bristol-based science communicator who is known for her environmental advocacy work. She is founder of the evidence-based climate activism group Emergency Reactor, author of The Ultimate Guide to Green Parenting and a keen astronomer who has given a TED talk on stargazing.
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