For this final episode of the season, we welcome Satish Kumar, one of the great peace activists of our time and founder of Schumacher college, a renowed international center for ecological studies. Together with Satish we explore the role of trust and courage in leading personal and societal transformation.
About Satish Kumar
Satish is highly regarded for his peace walk in the 1970s advocating for nuclear disarmament by walking 8000 miles to the nuclear capitals of Moscow, Paris, London and Washington D.C. Having founded Schumacher college in 1981, Satish is also Editor Emeritus of Resurgence & Ecologist magazine which he has been editing for more then 40 years. Satish advocates that reverence for nature should be at the heart of every political and social debate. You can find more information on Satish at his page with Resurgence Magazine here.
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You can find all of Satish´s writings within the catalogue of Resurgence Magazin here.
In the podcast we talk about the Anthology published for the anniversary of Schumacher college: Transformative Learning - Reflections of 30 years of Head, Heart and Hands at Schumacher College.
Satish´s latest book is called: Elegant Simplicity - The Art of living well
All information on Schumacher college and the courses offered.
The collection of Earth-Talks at the college.
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