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|Our Peaceful Planet|
Yasmin Davar - Thu 30 Nov 2017
Please join us to hear Yasmin Davar speak about her book Our Peaceful Planet: Healing Ourselves and Our World for a Sustainable Future
Thursday November 30
5.45 for 6.00pm
Telephone 6295 6723 or
Humans often wonder why there is always war in the world. They wonder how humans are able to cause so much destruction, why there is so much inequality in the world, or why very little has changed despite all of the effort poured into establishing an environmentally sustainable planet. Environmental engineer Yasmin Davar introduces extraordinary ideas to answer these questions with the potential to transform individual lives and the planet.
Our Peaceful Planet: Healing Ourselves and Our World for a Sustainable Future provides a practical healing framework for the whole world, starting with how people can change the beliefs that cause them to be destructive in their own lives and in their own world, and extending to the actions that they can take to create global peace and environmental and economic sustainability. As each part of the world — beliefs, governance, the environment, industries and the economy - dynamically interacts, Davar provides a complete solution by considering all of those interactions in totality.
Ideas surrounding global peace and sustainability often leave individuals feeling overwhelmed and then unnecessary for big picture success. Our Peaceful Planet enables readers to use Davar’s powerful, easy-to-follow technique on their own to heal their individual and collective negative beliefs, increase their personal happiness and well-being, and in turn, create a peaceful and sustainable planet.
Everyone has the power to make a difference, to themselves and others, and to the world. Our Peaceful Planet contains big ideas for world leaders and little ideas for everyday people. It is a roadmap for a future in which everyone can play a role.
Yasmin Davar is an environmental engineer with a Master of International Studies in Peace and Conflict Resolution and training in Corporate Governance. In the last 20 years, Yasmin has introduced positive reforms to policies and programs in academia, business, and government. She currently resides in Sydney, Australia.