NATURE

NOW

2 WEEK Camp

The Nature Now Camp is a mix of presentations and practical workshops, where we deal with both facts, concerns, hope and action.

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WHAT IS IT?

The Nature Now Camp combines theory and practice to learn more about one of the greatest challenges of humanity, the ecological crises, and more importantly, how we can act together to protect the planet. Discussions, teamwork, critical thinking and learning by doing are going to be the essential methods used throughout the entire learning experience.

WHEN AND WHERE?

 

 

 

28 March – 10 April 2022

The Nature Now Camp takes place at DRH Lindersvold learning centre located in the east of Denmark one hour from Copenhagen. Here, participants live, study and work together for fourteen super intensive days.

DRH Lindersvold has 20 years of experience in facilitating courses in community development, planet protection, and certification in non-traditional pedagogy.

What to expect?

The theoretical modules will outline some of the bigger issues and solutions concerning the climate and ecological crises. The practical workshops aim to provide you with new skills relevant for planet protection and sustainability.

 
 
EXAMPLES OF PRESENTATIONS, WORKSHOPS AND ACTIONS

CLIMATE ACTIVISM

BIODYNAMIC FARMING

FAST FASHION

SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTS

SUSTAINABLE PROJECTS EXAMPLES

 
AND MANY MORE…

why nature now?

Community learning

This is an opportunity to meet, connect and share knowledge with other people whilst promoting a community-based approach for planet protection.

Make a difference

You will be tackling real-world issues like the climate crisis, sustainability, economy and climate education for all.

PERSONAL GROWTH

Your team and teachers will both challenge and support you in becoming a more competent person with a lot of complementary experience.

Meet Greta

 

 

teacher for nature now

Greta holds a master in Social Science. She trained as a Development Instructor at DRH Lindersvold and worked with communities about Early Childhood Development in Malawi and as a permaculture trainee in St. Vincent Carribean. She is passionate about activism and protecting the planet

This works out at €54 per day including pick up at the train station, food & snacks, accommodation, field trips, tuition, and workshops.

does not include:

 

Your transport costs to get to Denmark, pocket money and personal items.

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