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“Living systems thinking” is widespread among Original Peoples and was common to our ancestors. Such ways of life embody a reverence for all life, a feeling of belonging and joyful participation as equals among our plant and animal relatives, and helped us harmonize with the forces and flows of our world for tens of thousands of generations, growing local opportunity, abundance, and peace.
Contemporary evolutionary thinking has converged on these same ancient understandings. Dr. Tamsin Woolley-Barker, Evolutionary Primatologist and author of Teeming, shares powerful insights about human nature and the nature of life, insights that beg for a radical change in everything we do.
The movement to re-anchor our designs in the realities of Living Systems is growing. Biological metaphors like Regeneration and Ecosystems are hot, and the COP15 on Biodiversity even resulted in a profound decision: we will preserve 30% of Earth’s ecosystems by 2030…and those lands can and must include human beings. We are being welcomed back home. This is the time to act boldly.
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Dr. Tamsin Woolley-Barker
Dr. Tamsin Woolley-Barker is an evolutionary primatologist, biomimicry pioneer, and the author of TEEMING: How Nature’s Teams Adapt and Thrive, the defining work on Organizational Biomimicry.
An inspiring speaker, educator, and consultant known for her evolutionary approach to all things, Tamsin’s TEEMLabs help leaders of organizations and agents of change “teem” the way all living things do, to realize the potential of Living Design.
Stay in the loop at TEEMLab.com as the Borrego Institute for Living Design in Borrego Springs opens for stays and retreats and special screenings of the feature-length Australian documentary The Endangered Generation.