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Let’s Restore our Earth! Ecosystem Restoration Camps @ The Green Living Lab

It was a pleasure to host Ecosystem Restoration Camps members at The Green Living Lab yesterday!

We heard from John Dennis Liu, Pieter Van Der Gaag, & Rik Armando Ridder from the Ecosystem Restoration Camps team why we need to come together now to use our collective resources & talents to restore degraded ecosystems for the survival of future generations. We know how to restore our world, so let’s do it! There is no more time to waste to ensure our children’s future & the survival of our species. The stakes cannot be any higher. Nature will be OK, however, humans are threatening their own extinction by destroying the only home they have to live in.

Luckily, we have the knowledge & skills to change this for the benefit of future generations, but we have to act now.

If you would like to act to make a greener, healthier & more sustainable world a reality, become a member of Ecosystem Restoration Camps today. Every individual contribution counts.

For information on how to become a member, please contact: pieter@ecosystemrestorationcamps.org & check out the website here: https://www.ecosystemrestorationcamps.org/

John Liu will return to The Green Living Lab on Wednesday 11 July, from 19.00 – 21.00, to discuss the value of living systems vs non-living systems.

Please see this link for information on John’s work to restore ecosystems worldwide, & the event:

https://www.facebook.com/events/395739337500840/

We have just 5 more places available for this event. To book your place, please send your full name by email: info@greenlivinglab.org

We look forward to seeing you there! ?

 

‘Green Gold’ at the Zuidas: Our Movie Night with Le Compostier

Movie Night: Green Gold

From worldwide ecosystem restoration projects to keeping compost worms on the streets of Amsterdam; an inspiring discussion at yesterday’s movie night!

After watching the movie Green Gold about large-scale ecosystem restoration projects, our own soil hero Le Compostier talked about how John D. Liu inspired him to develop his wormhotels, as well as his new project to make restaurants circular and create compost from their kitchen waste to grow food in the city.

You can hear Rowin talk about his idea for a more circular city in this short film:  https://voorjebuurt.nl/nl/projects/wormenhotel.

Thank you to all of our guests for coming and joining the larger movement to take care of our soils!

Our next Movie Night will take place on Thursday 14 December, screening ‘Demain’:

https://www.facebook.com/events/1670985136265053/

We hope to see you there!

 

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