[OSList] A proposal for many worlwide OST events on "Climate Change and the Future of Earth"

Royle, Karl K.Royle at wlv.ac.uk
Tue Oct 1 02:04:06 PDT 2019


I was wondering and also seeking your advice..

Do you think we might co-ordinate around a date and maybe an invitation? Just think it might be cool then to look at things that happened in the space…and maybe cross refer and look for themes?


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Date: Tuesday, 1 October 2019 at 09:56
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Subject: Re: [OSList] A proposal for many worlwide OST events on "Climate Change and the Future of Earth"

Hi Artur and other OS friends!
What a beautiful idea!
I'm in Copenhagen, Denmark and will do something here. Maybe together with other danish hosts. We will see what happens ;-)


Den 29-09-2019 kl. 20:06 skrev Artur Silva via OSList:

Dear friends,

I reckon many remember that Harrison and many friends have been doing for years a set of OST events under the theme "Open Space for Peace and High Performance".

You also know that the current UN Secretary-General, the Portuguese António Guterres (who happens to have been my companion in high school and at the University), recently convened a UN climate summit.

You, my friends, do not ignore too the dramatic situation of the climate and the Earth, nor that our children and grand children may not have a planet to live in, as, at least for the moment, there is no other planet with the necessary conditions for life...

Today, in a private mail exchange, it occurred to me to challenge you, based on what HO once did: to do, all over the world where there are facilitators, public OST sessions on climate change and what needs to be done to alleviate the problems.

Each of us will know better, in every concrete situation, who to invite and what concrete goals to make explicit (or not).

What do you think of my suggestion?

Stay safe



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