Humans gather to share stories, to listen, to learn to walk together and create community. The gatherings listed here are not run by us but specifically relate to the themes of Deep Time and Earth History. These gatherings include formal event conferences, art exhibitions, informal chats or live performances of the Deep Time Walk.
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Global Climate Strike – Bristol – Deep Time Walk
September 22, 2019 @ 10:30 am - 1:30 pmFree
The walk will be led by Sarah Poppy Jackson, Schumacher College Graduate.
**Please dress appropriately for this outdoor event including sensible footwear and waterproof clothing. Bring a water bottle or flask and snacks to share.**
This is a free event for the Global Climate Strike, if you’d like to donate money towards something local that’s great – please support Avon Needs Trees: www.avonneedstrees.org.uk/donate/
Join a 4.6km Deep Time Walk to travel across Earth’s 4.6 billion year timeline at a rate of one million years per metre. Starting at the formation of the solar system and the creation of Earth, Deep Time Walk covers significant events in Earth’s deep history, including the formation of the Moon, plate tectonics, the early evolution of life, dinosaurs and much more. The walk will put into context humanity’s rich ancestral heritage and give you an insight into the interconnectedness of life. It will help you comprehend deep time – the vast age of our Earth – and explore the destructive impact of our species is having on the integral functioning of our living world.
Deep time provides “a radical perspective, provoking action not apathy … [it] is the catalysing context of intergenerational justice; it is what frames the inspiring activism of Greta Thunberg and the school climate-strikers, and the Sunrise campaigners pushing for a Green New Deal in America. A deep-time perspective requires us to consider not only how we will imagine the future, but how the future will imagine us. It asks a version of Jonas Salk’s arresting question: “Are we being good ancestors? ” Robert MacFarlane
For more information on the Deep Time Walk, please visit http://www.deeptimewalk.org
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