Get Ready for COP 26


We invite you to an informal global conversation

  • suggest topics for discussion

  • collect all the responses from the meetings into a global rebel statement

  • share the global rebel statements with you all

Register before Feb 15th.

Saturday 20th February - Wednesday 3th March

How to go even more local after Covid 19?


While you may want to stretch your legs after months of lockdown, keeping some new, pandemic-inspired aspects of local life and even deepening them collectively will be needed to combat systemic challenges like climate change and extreme wealth inequality.

Our discussion will explore the structural opportunities and barriers for a more local, civically engaged, and sustainable way of life including how COVID-19 changed the prospects for more localized economies. The discussion will offer a mix of practical advice, systemic analysis of the current state of local economies, and visionary scenarios for the future.

The panel discussion will be followed by Q&A. Bring your questions and ideas!

Register here!

Tuesday 23th February, 9pm-10.15pm (GMT)


An Empathy Circle is a Regenerative Action based on a structured form of dialogue giving the experience of being heard and understood and of developing our listening and reflecting skills.

You are always welcome to speak about anything that is alive for you.

We look forward to seeing you on Thursday!

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Thursdays, 8-10am (UTC)


This is a eCO Retreat for ARTists - wherever you are on your path of development - to meet & greet, and to weave our stories and resources. We’ll learn by doing, in the practice of relational reflexivity. We’ll also organize as we build on our accomplishments from 2019 AR+ Transformations Gathering. The term ART is meant to be inclusive, we welcome different “labels” and love to have like-spirited ARTists join us.

Friday 5th March - Monday 8th March

Communities and Climate Action


To date, much of the discussion around climate action has been focused on what governments can and should be doing. While climate change won't be effectively tackled without action from government, industry and business, communities themselves can and are playing and important role in tackling climate change.

More info here!

Thursday 11th March, 4pm-5.30pm (GMT)



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