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Thu, 28 Mar


Projects The Lanes, Globe Room

Listening to the Land: in Brighton & Hove

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Listening to the Land: in Brighton & Hove
Listening to the Land: in Brighton & Hove

Time & Location

28 Mar 2024, 17:00 – 18:00

Projects The Lanes, Globe Room, Nile House, Nile St, Brighton and Hove, Brighton BN1 1HW, UK

About the event

Listening to the Land is on a mission to activate communities to find their true power standing up for the living world.

Join us for a heart-warming evening to create connections, check-in on your sustainability journey and hear inspiring stories from around the world, hosted by Anna Lehmann. 

This evening is a listening to session in which we will together dive into what matters to communities and businesses here in the South Downs and explore how we can take that to the next level, for the greater good of all life on earth.

What to expect:

We'll be asking collective questions to the audience about where atendees find themselves in the sustainability journey, as well as any thoughts, worries or views on this.

Listening to the Land will then offer a bigger picture fact check, putting responses in perspective and sharing stories from other places to create a feeling of empowerment and reassurance that there is an active community out there that is on a similar path and that together we can amplify and grow our action much faster today then ever before in history.

For those who wish to join us, we'll finish the evening at The Rooftop, Projects' bar, where we can continue discussions and connect over a drink.

About your host 

Anna is a bio-organic farmer, climate policy nerd and food system activist since the late 90s. She is founder of “Listening to the Land”, a female led Brighton-based not-for profit that connects communities in the global north and south to activate and expand actions and shared intentions for living in reciprocity with nature. 

In 2021, Anna started the Happy Belly Foods Project in Stanmer Park to offer a space for communities in the South Downs to reconnect to their land and rediscover how nature keeps us well-nourished and happy. 

In her international work she advises indigenous and local communities and companies to learn about each other and create trusted and equitable investment partnerships into nature and wildlife restoration and conservation.


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