Ethan Hirsch-Tauber is an earth pilgrim, having travelled widely as an educator and coordinator of ecological projects and community-based initiatives around the world. He taught for four years as a faculty for Living Routes sustainability study program in Auroville, India and was the Director of Living Routes’ Lotan program for one semester. Since then he has been a teacher for three Ecovillage Design Education courses, in Azores, Portugal, South Korea, and in Auroville. He has been involved with GEN since his first conference in 2010, initially working to revive NextGEN from a deep slumber. In 2015 he served as the Office Manager and Internal Communications Director at GEN’s international office located in Findhorn, Scotland. While there he reactivated the GEN Ambassadors program, oversaw the renovation of the GEN International website, and coordinated GEN+20, GEN’s 20-year anniversary conference. In 2016 Ethan moved to Tamera Healing Biotope in Alentejo, Portugal, where he lives now. Besides serving on the GEN Europe Council, he coordinates the annual fruit harvest in Tamera and is working with the Blueprint Alliance in creating a model regenerative refugee camp in Tamera.
Living in a Healing Biotope
This workshop will be a frank discussion about daily life in Tamera Healing Biotope 1. It will start with an overall summary of various topics including core philosophy, basic organizational structure, and ecological design of the project followed by long question and answer session for people to express their specific interests. It will be modeled on last year’s workshop, which received rave reviews.
EXPO workshop: The Global Water Situation and Community Impact
An approach for keeping water in the landscape and restoring ecosystem health through water retention measures in the landscape.
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