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Now What?!

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October 12 - November 20, 2020

Upcoming Stream Calls

Updated: Mar 14, 2020

Below is a list of engagement streams that have scheduled Zoom calls (also easily reviewed and shared via the Now What?! Calendar). All times are UTC--see this table or use the links for each call to convert to your local time.


Deep Adaptation: Meeting the Coming World

As we face Collapse...

How can we build Resilience?

What can we Restore that is lost?

What can/must we Relinquish?

What must be Reconciled?


Journeys into the more beautiful world our hearts know is possible

Journeys into the More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know Is Possible is an engagement stream to introduce MoreBeautiful.World and

Calls every Tuesday during Now What?! from 16:00-17:30 UTC. Use the links below for more info, your local time, and to RSVP.


The Prophecy of the Great Brightening

Part story, part poetry and song, and part interactive process, The Prophecy is nourishment for those bringing forth a more beautiful world


World Happiness Fest --> Now What?!

Join participants from the World Happiness Fest (March 16-22) for conversation on “happiness as a new paradigm for human development”


21 Day Racial Equity Habit-Building Challenge

Calls for Challenge participants to collectively process their experiences as they deepen their understandings of, and willingness to confront, racism for twenty-one consecutive days from March 30-April 19. More info about the Challenge here.

Weekly processing calls every Friday at 17:00 UTC. Find local times and RSVP for each call using these links: April 3, April 10, April 17, April 24


Virtual Field Trips: Engaging Climate

A public presentation of work done by students during the multidisciplinary Winter 2020 course, Engaging Climate Change: Creativity, Community, Intervention, at the University of Regina, Saskatchewan

Sat Apr 10, 19:00-21:30 UTC


21 Questions for 2020

Conversation around a provocative series of questions posed by Jennifer Browdy, PhD, on her Transition Times blog, exploring unconventional approaches to the urgent personal, political and planetary disruptions of the 21st century

Mon Apr 20, 19:00-20:00 UTC

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