The Earth Train Foundation, an international educational organization, has been coordinating the planning of Geoversity and is currently hosting Geoversity.org, that is the secretariat of the alliance that will ultimately become a separate not-for-profit corporation.
Geoversity.org has as its mission to serve the Geoversity ecosystem by ensuring:
We facilitate networking and joint venture development between Geoversity alliance members.
Continual enrichment of the cultural, generational and operational diversity of the ecosystem.
We are recruiting new members and growing a network of open source learning organizations dedicated to the Geoversity mission and vision.
"... a glimpse into the rich potential of this unusual community of purpose."
- Nathan Gray, Geoversity secretariat.
Check out our Geoversity Startup Report 2016-2017 here.
The Nature of Business (NoB)
A Geoversity Executive Program
January 30th to February 4th, 2018 | Republic of Panama
In February, 2017, 20 senior executives from six countries participated in a remarkable five-day experiential and educational program in Panama spearheaded by business educator Verne Harnish and directed by Brian Dumaine, Editor at Large Fortune Magazine. They teamed up with business leaders, best-selling authors and designers to gain practical insights from nature that will help them drive their businesses to new levels of sustainability.
The Nature of Business 2018 (NoB18) brings back the same extraordinary faculty plus additional talent for a richly interactive and experiential program that is being directed by Dr. David S. Ricketts, Innovation Fellow, TECH, Harvard University.
For additional background on NoB18, click here.
3rd Bamboo Construction Workshop
The Geoversity's Natural Design Workshop Series
25–29 October, 2017 | Biocultural Design Center at Amador Causeway/Biomuseo, Republic of Panama
After the previous successful Geoversity's Natural Design Workshops we are now presenting the 3rd Bamboo Construction Workshop.
Under the direction of Geoversity Design partner Jörg Stamm together with architects Patrick Dillon and Roger Martinez, 25 women and men will build a modular tree house in a huge Banyan tree and a paraboloid roof cottage introducing new ideas for interior design.
Click here for the full program details (in Spanish).
Workshop in Spanish with English translation.
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