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Festival of Wellbeing 2022 Recordings, Nov 4th – Dec 31st
November 14, 2022 - November 30, 2022£20
Festival of Wellbeing Recordings
Recordings from the live event on Saturday 22 October 2022, 10am – 6pm BST
Widely acclaimed and always hope-inspiring, this year’s Festival of Wellbeing brought together extraordinary change-makers and visionaries who explored what is needed to create wellbeing for people and planet. Watch recordings from this day of thought-provoking and progressive talks given by some of the world’s greater thinkers and activists.
Cost: £20 per person or £10 concessions.
Once you have purchased the ticket, you will find a link to the recordings and a password on the order confirmation.
Festival of Wellbeing 2022 Reviews
“You convened a powerful and thoughtful group of people. Many seeds were planted and watered. A garden will grow!”
“Exceptionally good. So informative, inspiring, moving and hopeful. Thank you so much for a great day.”
“An incredibly accessible and involving day, thank you – such great value. I’ve been blown away by all the speakers, thank you so much, has filled me with so much more hope for the future.”
“Hugely moving – I have laughed and cried, such a journey!”
“I have been glued to my screen all day, not wanting to miss any of them.”
Full speaker bios available here.
Christiana Figueres; internationally recognized leader on climate change
Dave Goulson Professor of Biology at University of Sussex, UK.
Clover Hogan; climate activist, researcher on eco-anxiety
Tom Rivett-Carnac; political strategist, author and podcaster.
Naomi Klein; award-winning journalist and New York Times bestselling author.
Satish Kumar; Peace-pilgrim, life-long activist, and former
David Lindo; The Urban Birder – broadcaster, writer, speaker
Bill McKibben; founder of Third Act – climate and justice for over 60s
Deborah Meaden business leader, TV personality
Ed Miliband MP for Doncaster North and Shadow Secretary of State for Climate Change and Net Zero.
Poppy Okotcha: trained horticulturist and regenerative grower
Dominique Palmer: Youth Climate Justice Activist, public speaker, writer
Naima Ritter; co-founder and Head of Community & Wellbeing for Conscious Coliving,
Emma Smart; scientist and climate activist.
Nicholas Stern; IG Patel Professor of Economics and Government
Samantha Walton; author, editor and Reader in Modern Literature at Bath Spa University.
Muhammad Yunus; Nobel Laureate
With thanks to the sponsors of the Festival of Wellbeing: the Network of Wellbeing and Weleda. And the supporters: Earthsong Foundation.