After a year-long EVS with the GEN Office in Findhorn, I am now supporting the GEN Education team.
I have a background in Ecology and Conservation, as well as Global Studies (with focus on international law, indigenous rights and cultural studies) and am always curious to learn more about the systemic connections of our world.
I am excited to work for GEN as I see ecovillages and communities playing an important role in the transition to a more regenerative way of living. For me, they are places where we can heal our disconnect from ourselves, each other and the natural world around us and it is great to support more people to experience what living in a community or ecovillage means.
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- Date: 22 June 2019
- Location: Riverside Community Cultural Centre, 289 Main Rd Lower Moutere, Upper Moutere 7175, New Zealand
TE KAHA O NGA TANGATA - THE POWER OF COMMUNITYA 1 day Workshop in Ecovillage Living and Designat Riverside Community Cultural Centre, MOTUEKA AREA, NZSATURDAY 22 nd JUNE, 9am – 4.30pmFacilitator: Kosha Joubert, Executive Director, Educator and Networker for the Global Ecovillage Network (GEN)Are you curious about regenerative community living and how ecovillage design can support you to take action and transform your life, project or community? This experiential workshop … Read more
- Date: 21 June 2019
- Location: Riverside Community Cultural Centre, 289 Main Rd Lower Moutere, Upper Moutere 7175, MOTUEKA AREA, New Zealand
Evening Presentation in Motueka Area, New Zealand, with Kosha Joubert, 21st June 7-9.30pm … Read more
- Date: 19 June 2019
- Location: The Sandcastle Guesthouse Centre, Haile Lane, Pohara, Golden Bay, New Zealand
A presentation by Kosha Joubert in Golden Bay, New Zealand – 19th June 7-9.30pm … Read more