"You Matter More Than You Think" online launch with Paul Hawken, Eva Buenache and Laura Zanotti

cCHANGE and Prof. Karen O’Brien are excited to invite you to a powerful conversation with Paul Hawken, Eva Saldaña Buenache, and Laura Zanotti on the topic of O’Brien’s new book, You Matter More Than You Think: Quantum Social Change for a Thriving World.

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Responding to climate change with clarity, coherence, and wisdom requires a strategy that transcends the urgency of the moment and enables us to engage with new ways of thinking, being, and doing.

This book challenges us to broaden our understanding of “mattering” by exploring new paradigms, and invites us to consider the possibility that we are vastly underestimating our collective capacity for social change.

Inspired by ideas from quantum physics and quantum social change, O'Brien describes a conscious, nonlinear, and non-local approach to the transformations needed right now to address multiple global crises, grounded in our inherent oneness, recognizing that we are entangled through language, meaning, and shared contexts.

With the book published, Karen is excited to engage in meaningful conversations with you and her brilliant guest speakers:

- Paul Hawken - Environmentalist and author of "Regeneration: Ending the Climate Crisis in One Generation" and "Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming".

- Eva Saldaña Buenache, Climate and environmental activist, Director of Greenpeace Spain

- Laura Zanotti, Virginia Tech University, author of Ontological Entanglements, Agency and Ethics in International Relations

Join us online for a meaningful conversation that matters, Thursday February 24, 08:00 PM CET!

The event is free of charge but requires registration.

"You Matter More Than You Think" is self-published through cCHANGE press, and the event is hosted by cCHANGE. You can buy the book at: https://www.youmattermorethanyouthink.com/purchase

Publisert 15. feb. 2022 10:58 - Sist endret 9. mars 2022 12:08