Since Covid-19 exposed the fragility and resilience of the current world order so many of us have started imagining there might be another way.
We dream of a world where humans live at peace with the environment. We long for a life built on sharing resources rather than competing for them, sustainability rather than exploitation, Gross National Happiness over Gross Domestic Product.
This is a panel discussion between four global experts who have already been discovering alternative ways of being, and daring to explore them.
Wellbeing in the time of Covid-19: What is wellbeing, and why does it matter now? How can we learn from the stark vulnerabilities and challenges revealed by the Covid-19 pandemic?
The Himalayan country of Bhutan has been measuring and prioritising wellbeing through Gross National Happiness (GNH) – what insights does this offer for rebuilding a healthy and resilient economy and society as we go forward?
An interview with Julia Kim (Programme Director, Gross National Happiness Centre Bhutan), Yannick Beaudoin (Director-General for Ontario & Northern Canada, David Suzuki Foundation), Julie Richardson (University of Plymouth, Facilitator in Transformative Education and author of “The Triple Bottom Line: Does It All Add Up?”) and Jim Drescher (Founder of Windhorse Farm, Canada – coach and expert in mindfulness, inner leadership, and organisational change).