After growing up in Bavaria, I soon stretched my wings and started exploring other places, cultures and ways of life. After a year in New Zealand, I settled in England to study Ecology and Conservation before moving to Austria for a Master's in Global Studies where I focused in on Human Rights and (land) rights of indigenous peoples. My journey then took me to Findhorn where I spent a year living and volunteering for GEN, as well as exploring what it means to live in community.
I am always curious to learn more about the systemic connections of our world and about how ecovillages and communities can play an important role in the transition to a more regenerative way of living. For me, they are not only places of experimentation that our world badly needs, but also 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.
Site content by Angelika Kobl
- 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