Tea with a Druidess!
July 30th, 2019
Join Eimear Burke, who will succeed Philip Carr-Gomm as head of the Order of Bards Ovates & Druids in June 2020, for a discussion on the value of blame in the eco-crisis and a forest meditation. See Eimear’s website
Activists attempting to stop the destruction of our environment understand that it is industrialism and capitalism that are to blame, and most of the planet is not industrialized. Nations such as United States, China, Japan, Germany, the United Kingdom, India, France, Brazil, Italy, Canada, South Korea, Russia, Australia, Spain, Mexico, Indonesia, Turkey, the Netherlands, Saudi Arabia and Switzerland, are producing the change in the environment for all people on earth. So no, not all human beings are to blame and only a certain sector of people in these industrialized nations are to blame. We protest against the abuses, and use our wallet to vote by boycotting enterprises that contribute to the problem. But many of us also work for the corporations that have created the problem. So in the long term part of the solution is finding ways to support our families that does not depend on the corporations and industries that are at fault. I work to create worker cooperatives so that we have alternative means to make a living that do not contribute to the destruction of the environment.