There are 4 pillars in the Earth Charter that can help all people envision and communicate with ease the vision and interconnected ecosocial values we’ll need to advance a more just and thriving world: (I) Care and Respect for the Community of Life, (II) Ecological Integrity, (III) Social Justice and the last one is on (IV) Peace, Non-Violence and Democracy.
An article on the newest Haumea Ecoversity 6-week online course on the Earth Charter by Cathy Fitzgerald, first written for the ClimateCultures network. My thanks to Mark Goldthorpe for the … Continue reading NEW Online Haumea Ecoversity course: Embracing EcoSocial Values for Systems Change with the Earth Charter
Haumea makes ecoliteracy accessible and transformative Announcing the next 7 week Haumea Online Ecoliteracy course–starting 10 March 2021- BOOK NOW! I’m also thrilled to have my Haumea Ecoliteracy Online endeavour … Continue reading Haumea Ecoliteracy Online March course date announced with Awaken Hub
I was delighted to be invited by Mark Goldthorpe of Climate Cultures to share news of the development of the world-first Haumea Online 7-week Ecoliteracy course for Creatives and Art Professionals over the last few years– and how I fared launching it during 2020
103.2 Dublin City FM Yesterday at 07:00 · On the Green Room at 9am, Megan Best chats to Cathy Fitzgerald, PhD by Creative Practice, from Cathy Fitzgerald. Haumea’s ecoart page about the importance of … Continue reading Speaking with Megan Best Dublin City FM on Why Ecoliteracy Matters for the Creative Sector
Recently Cathy Fitzgerald-of Haumea Online Ecoliteracy courses for Creative Professionals, was interviewed as a case study for Our Thriving Tribe (OTT) on entrepreneurship within the arts in Ireland.
Autumn 2020: Popular HAUMEA Online Essential Ecoliteracy Course for Creatives & Art Professionals (curators, arts officers, art educators & art administrators)–with Cathy Fitzgerald, PhD. I’m delighted to share that my … Continue reading Autumn 2020: Two Haumea online ecoliteracy course for creatives and art professionals