Schumacher College with Pavel Cenkl

by | April 28, 2021 | Permaculture Podcast | 0 comments

In this episode of Sense-Making in a Changing World, it is my delight to welcome Dr Pavel Cenkl, Head of Schumacher College and Director of Learning at Dartington. We talk about the kind of higher education we need in the world today, and explore the innovative and immersive programs offered at the College – from Holistic Science, Regenerative Food and Farming, Ecological Design Thinking, and more.

Pavel has worked for more than two decades in higher education where there is learning with practice and thinking with embodiment. He  has been at the college now for a few years and developing new courses too at the intersection of movement practice, ecological thinking, and environmental philosophy.

Pavel is also a passionate endurance and adventure runner. Over the past five years through a project called Climate Run. Pavel has covered hundreds of miles in the Arctic and subarctic on foot to bring attention to the connections between our bodies and the more-than-human world in the face of a rapidly changing climate.

Pavel holds a Ph.D. in English and is the author of many articles, chapters, and two books. Most recently he has co-edited a book celebrating the 30th anniversary of Schumacher College with Satish Kumar, Transformative Learning: Reflections on 30 Years of Head, Heart, and Hands at Schumacher College. New Society Publishers, 2021.

You can watch the youtube video or click here to listen to the podcast on your chosen streaming service.


FIND OUT MORE ABOUT PERMACULTURE

Join me to learn more about permaculture. Come and explore the many free permaculture resources my Our Permaculture Life Youtube channel and subscribe to this blog below.

The world needs more permaculture teachers everywhere – local teachers share local ways for one planet living. Let’s work toward a climate-safe future through design, resilience and connection. For you that may be through film and story, kids clubs, workplace education, or hands-in the earth. Whatever the way that moves you to speak up and share, I wholeheartedly encourage.

If that inpsires you, I invite you to join the Permaculture Educators Program with others from 6 continents to explore what that might look like and how you can make the change. This is a comprehensive online course that includes the Permaculture Design Certificate and the only online Permaculture Teacher Certificate anywhere. We are a global learning community. People all over the world encourage you to be the change you want to see in the world.

PERMACULTURE FOR REFUGEES

We support free permaculture education for people in refugee camps. Help by donating to Ethos Foundation – our registered charity.

LEARNING TO GROW A GARDEN?

If your main interest is getting a thriving and abundant food garden set up, then take a look at my online permaculture gardening course: The Incredible Edible Garden.

Much love,

Morag

I acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which I live and work – the Gubbi Gubbi people. And I pay my respects to their elders past present and emerging.

Podcast Audio: Rhiannon Gamble

Podcast Music: Kim Kirkman

0 Comments

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

More articles:

Sacred Activism with Cynthia Jurs

Sacred Activism with Cynthia Jurs

Tune in on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Youtube or any of your preferred podcast platforms. The most pressing question in these uncertain times may be...