ES 415, Integral Systems Theory: Its Application, July 31-August 22, 8:30 - 10:20 a.m., Monday-Friday

A CENTRAL GOAL OF THIS COURSE is to deepen one’s knowledge and experience the relevance of Integral Systems Theory in light of its application to current community and environmental needs. As well, participants will develop a further understanding of systemic shift processes and tipping points so as to become better agents themselves of positive personal, social and environmental change.

Prerequisites: ES 200 and 301, 384 or 414 or permission of instructor – Duncan Taylor .

Course Topics and Practices will Include:
• Sustainable Food Systems and Communities
• Applied Ecopsychology and Integral Life Practice
• Applied Ecoforestry
• Journaling Skills: the ability to reflect on and articulate one’s personal vision in light of today’s social and environmental context

Part of this course will involve a three day weekend stay at O.U.R. Ecovillage.

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