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Resurgence & The Ecologist Festival of Wellbeing #reswellbeing
15 Sep 2012
The Great Transition from economic growth to growth in wellbeing
Broadcast from Bishopsgate Institute, London

A day of inspiring speakers, great music, thoughtful poets and tasty food to discuss – and demonstrate – how we can move from a devotion to economic growth to the joy of wellbeing.

Speakers include: Jonathon Porritt; Fiona Reynolds; Richard Layard; Caroline Lucas; Polly Higgins; Satish Kumar and Nic Marks.

Musicians include: Barb Jungr; Craig Pruess and Sophie Stammers.

Dance from Bhavan, and poetry from Matt Harvey and Martin Powell.

The day celebrates Resurgence's 45th anniversary and also the merger of Resurgence and The Ecologist. The merger brings together Resurgence's focus on cultural, spiritual and artistic ecology; and The Ecologist's focus on social, scientific and political ecology.

Programme
09:50
Craig Pruess
Music

10:15
James Sainsbury
Welcome

10:30
Jonathon Porritt
Never too late

10:55
Patrick Holden
Wellbeing and farming

11:20
Matt Harvey
Poetry

11:35
Richard Layard
Can we be happier?

12:00
Nic Marks
Ideas for a happier world

12:25
Barb Jungr accompanied by Jenny Carr
Music

12:45
Break
14:00
Craig Pruess
Music

14:25
Caroline Lucas MP
Austerity and environmental wellbeing

14:50
Fiona Reynolds
People, nature and the economy: a more sustainable future

15:15
Team Bhavan
Indian classic dance: Bharat Natyam

15:40
Polly Higgins
How I became an earth lawyer

16:00
Break
16:30
Martin Powell
Poetry

16:45
Satish Kumar
Happy people, happy planet

What's on now:
17:10
Sophie Stammers
Music

17:40
Josephine Amankwah with Tunde Jegede (Kora), Dominic Moore (Violin) and Tony Allen (Cello)
Music

17:50
Nick Robins
Thanks

18:00
End of broadcast
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