Holistic Sustainability Lecture with Grace Hull

Event date:
22nd November 2021

What is holistic sustainability?

Grace Hull created Green Grace Soul to share her journey to living sustainably in a holistic way. Grace attempts to balance the food she eats, the products she uses and the things she buys with the most beneficial outcomes for her health, the health of the planet, and the others living on it.

Sustainable living and Climate Change activism have many faces, and by centring holistic sustainability Grace engages with intersectionality and the social and historical context of climate change through the reflections of her journey that she shares on her website, podcast and DIY projects.

This will be a keynote lecture followed by a Q and A.

This event is part of Northumberland National Park’s Future Landscapes Festival which hopes to inspire everyone to think about why nature is important to them and what our iconic National Park landscapes may look like in the future.

This event is free thanks to funding from Arts Council England and the National Lottery Heritage Fund.

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Grace Hull

Grace Hull is an environmental educator who created Green Soul Grace, a personal blog, shop and podcast, to explore what conscious living really means in the most holistic, inclusive and accessible way. She takes pleasure in encouraging and facilitating folks to begin or further their journey of holistic sustainability, and in celebrating how our cultural heritage shapes our sustainable practices.

A photograph of writer Grace Hull stood by a lake

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