The LOVING EARTH PROJECT celebrates people, places, creatures and other things that we love but which are threatened by growing environmental breakdown. It offers a way in to help people engage with the issues without being overwhelmed.
Climate break-down and species extinctions are happening all over the world. We hope this project will inspire people to make connections and change our habits, to live more sustainably for the sake of love. The environmental crises will not go away with Coronavirus, and this project is offers ways to be creative and constructive, even when in isolation.
This video introduces the project. Individuals and groups are invited to explore how the future of something, someone or somewhere that we love is affected by our own actions. The exploration can take many forms, including a community textile project which you can contribute to, or borrow to display, to inspire others.
Like everyone, our plans have been upended by the Corona virus pandemic but in fact this project is an ideal one to do when isolated . The project was started by a small group of Quakers and is open to everyone. We have developed some online resources to get you started: some videos and downloadable guidance sheets.
Our e-newsletters can help keep you up to date with development and plans. To join (or leave) the mailing list , please contact firstname.lastname@example.org .
This is also the contact for Quaker meetings wanting a workshop from Woodbrooke Quaker Study Centre.
Please email us at email@example.com with other enquiries.
You can also connect with us @LovingEarthProject on Facebook and Instagram and support the project by telling others who might be interested.
What to do with your panel :
Due to COVID-19, until further notice, please email us when your panel is complete. We will get in touch and let you know where to send your panel. If possible please send us a photo of the panel , together with your text, name and contact details.
PS: Please let us know if you find errors on this website: firstname.lastname@example.org