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    What is the Climate Majority Project? | St Albans SustFest

    Do you want to find ‘your’ place in the emerging #ClimateMajority? Look no further. This short talk will help point you to how you can find your work to do, in the great work of our times. Rupert Read is your guide. WATCH. Sustainable St Albans is a group of local people making St Albans District a more environmentally sustainable place to live. Together we find positive and creative ways to act across St Albans, Harpenden and the villages to raise awareness and address the challenges of climate change, live more sustainably, and move towards a low-carbon economy. https://SustainableStAlbans.org/ Across the UK in communities, workplaces and wherever they have power,…

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    Phoenix, Dodo or Butterfly? A New Play | BBC Radio

    Rupert  was interviewed by Louise Hulland on BBC Radio about Phoenix, Dodo, Butterfly, a new play by dramatist Steve Waters inspired by his book, This Civilisation is Finished. He also talked about how the arts have a massive role to play in getting important messages out there to a wider audience. Visit the website here for more information.

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    Creating the future our hearts know is possible | Local Futures

    In this episode, Rupert explores the possibilities for renewal and reconnection latent within the ecological, social and spiritual catastrophes of industrial modernity. He suggests we can, through the localisation movement, simultaneously humble ourselves enough to address our civilisational predicament, while healing ourselves and nature. He calls us to take action at the level of human-scale groups and institutions to bring about the local future “our hearts know is possible”, making a plea that we embrace this future through conscious choice, rather than being delivered to it through traumatic collapse. Follow the Planet Local Voices interview series here

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    Earth Hope – How through the coming climate chaos we will come to find common cause in spiritual orientation to our planetary home | York St John

    The Ebor Lectures in Theology and Public Life were established in 2006 in York, UK, to promote conversation across a diversity of religious beliefs and issues of public concern. Rupert was invited to give this year’s lecture on May 8th, 2024.

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    Powerful Times | David Bent.

    Rupert joined David Bent for his Powerful Times podcast where they talked about the Climate Majority Project, including the four key strands of: Listen here.

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    You ARE the Climate Majority | Ilkley Climate Action – Clarke Foley Community Centre | Audio Only

    ‘You ARE the Climate Majority – how together we can make ourselves SAFER even as climate breakdown unfolds’ Across the UK in communities, workplaces and wherever they have power, people from all walks of life are organising the kinds of serious climate action that will make governments take notice. The Climate Majority Project is a rallying place for citizen climate action. We help projects to grow, get funding, and connect with as many willing hands as possible. Are you part of the climate majority? We bet you are! Recorded Thursday, May 9 2024, Climate Action Ilkley https://www.climateactionilkley.org.uk/ “Our vision is for a sustainable climate resilient town, where everyone is part…

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    Wicked Problems: Rupert Read & Liam Kavanagh: Is there a durable majority for climate action?

    In this episode, Richard Delevan is joined by Rupert Read and Liam Kavanagh, who are spearheading the Climate Majority Project. They dive deep into the implications of their initiative, discussing the current state of climate awareness and the strategic moves required to mobilize and empower a climate-conscious majority. Listen here.

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    ECO-SPIRITUALITY – EXPLORING DEEP IN THE WOODS OF THE DIVINE WITH WOODFORD ROBERTS AND RUPERT READ 

    In this deep, thoughtful conversation, two of the men at the heart of the Climate Majority Project discuss their own journeys into eco-spirituality – what they believe it to be and why it’s a core, foundational bedrock of their lives. Click here to listen

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    Some Dare Call It Conspiracy podcast.

    Rupert appeared of the ‘Some Dare Call It Conspiracy’ podcast with Brent Lee. Listen to the episode here. They explore the crossover between climatechange denialism and the world of Conspiracy Theory… they may have even uncovered some real conspiracies!

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