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meeting the truth of the climate crisis.
We have a sacred obligation towards how we are going to be in these times.
Stan Rushworth
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"Important. Brilliantly done. Necessary. A crucial story at a crucial time."

Dr Christine Gibson, MD

"An unexpectedly beautiful and life affirming film"

Jim Griffin. Journalist

"When viewed with an open heart, this film has the potential to change one's life" 

Deb Ozarko, Author 

Living in the Time of Dying
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Dahr Jamail was one of the few unembedded journalists to report extensively from Iraq during the 2003 invasion of Iraq. He is the recipient of the 2008 Martha Gellhorn Prize for Journalism and received an Izzy award in 2018 for his reporting on climate issues. Dahr’s latest book, "The End of Ice, is shortlisted for the Penn award.

Dahr Jamail

Award winning journalist & author


Jem Bendell is a professor of sustainability leadership at the University of Cumbria. He is the author of Breaking Together and, "Deep Adaption: A Map for Navigating Climate Tragedy".  Jem's work focusses on the need for 'Deep Adaptation' in response to environmental crises.

Jem Bendell

Professor of Sustainability 

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Catherine Ingram is a renowned Dharma teacher who has been leading Dharma Dialogues and retreats since 1992. A former social and environmental journalist, she is the author of numerous books and an extended essay called "Facing Extinction" which examines the environmental crisis from a Dharmic point of view.

Catherine Ingram

Dharma teacher & author


Stan Rushworth is of  Cherokee descent and a Citizen of the Chiricahua Apache Nation. He is the author of a number of books and teaches Indigenous Literature at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Stan has appeared in a number of documentaries and has recently published a book with Dahr Jamail,  "We are the Middle of Forever".

Stan Rushworth

Elder, teacher and author.

Recognising the magnitude of the climate crisis we are facing, independent filmmaker Michael Shaw, sells his house to travel around the world looking for answers. Pretty soon we begin to see how deep the predicament goes along with the systems and ways of thinking that brought us here. 

It becomes clear that climate change is going to ruin our way of life but this then opens up a whole new set of questions: How did we get here? How do we choose to live and what actions make sense at this time? The people interviewed in the documentary, all highly regarded and well known spokespeople on the issue, argue it's too late to stop catastrophic climate change but in no way too late to regain a renewed life giving relationship with our world.

the film is an unflinching look about at what it means to be living in the midst of climate catastophe and finding purpose within it.
There must be those among whom we can sit down and weep and still be counted as warriors.
Adrienne Rich
in our online groups we support each other to have honest conversations and meet the situation with an open heart. 
  • Climate / Collapse Support Group
    Climate / Collapse Support Group
    Multiple Dates
    Sat, 03 Aug
    03 Aug 2024, 10:00 am – 11:30 am AEST
    03 Aug 2024, 10:00 am – 11:30 am AEST
    Being a part of a likeminded community where you can express and explore feelings and meaning making in these times has never been more important. This support group is an open, safe space to do that.
  • Grief Ritual for the Equinox
    Grief Ritual for the Equinox
    Multiple Dates
    Sat, 21 Sept
    21 Sept 2024, 10:00 am – 11:30 am AEST
    21 Sept 2024, 10:00 am – 11:30 am AEST
    Grieving together in community can be regenerative and life giving. We gather to mark the many personal and ecosphere losses we are facing at this time.
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This is our calling to do what is right even if it does no good. To care for and celebrate the world, even if its fate breaks out hearts.
Kathleen Dean Moore
interviews with people brave enough to have the conversations that are needed at this time.
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