Planetary Health and Human Health: A Live Panel with Tree Sisters on Reforesting the Earth

As travellers, we know how important nature is to our future

On Earth Day in April 2020, we formed a partnership with Tree Sisters to help reforest our planet.. Trees are the lungs of our planet and every effort to improve our environment serves all humankind. Our partnership focuses on reforesting areas like the rain forests of Brazil, the upland forests of Mount Kenya, Mount Bamboutos in Cameron, Khasi Hills in North East India, and mangroves in Madagascar and Mozambique.

The Covid-19 pandemic has taught us that our actions have profound consequences, good and bad. We’ve adopted new behaviours, re-examined our role in making our communities safe and healthy and witnessed a spirit of renewal that is a testament to our resiliency.

Ironically, our Earth is fast becoming a grateful beneficiary of this global crisis. The resurgence of wildlife, the healing of waterways and the abatement of urban pollution is evidence that healing is pervasive. The lessons learned must not be ignored, allowing a return to the past but rather applied to further our acts of generosity in pursuit of our recovery.

Want to learn more? Join Tree Sisters on Tuesday, October 27

On Tuesday, October 27 at 11am Pacific, 2pm Eastern and 6pm UK time, Tree Sisters is hosting a 2-hour live panel event looking at the link between planetary health and human health. The panel will be hosted by Clare Dubois, Founder of TreeSisters who will be joined by inspiring guests from diverse sectors:

  • Diana Beresford-Kroeger, world-renowned author, medical biochemist and botanist
  • Woman Stands Shining (Pat McCabe), a Diné (Navajo) mother, grandmother, activist, artist, writer, ceremonial leader, and international speaker
  • Dr Kinari Webb, Founder of Health in Harmony, an international NGO dedicated to reversing global heating
  • Osprey Orielle Lake, Founder and Executive Director of Women’s Earth and Climate Action Network (WECAN)
  • Jayn Sterland, Managing Director of Weleda (UK and Ireland)

The conversation will be educational and enlightening as we weave together the wisdom of these brave and visionary women bringing about real change in our collective work to heal our planet and ourselves. We would love you to be there! It’s on a by donation basis. You can learn more and register through this link.

Our goal is to plant 100,000 trees by 2021. There are many ways you can help!

Make a donation to the JourneyWoman Tree Sisters Fund HERE

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