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Understanding how important it is to connect the quality of our lives to the health of our life-supporting environment.

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We are not something separate to nature.
We are nature.

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To inspire any change at all, we have to first feel an emotional and a personal connection to that change.

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My name is Sarah Savory, single mum to Luke, 14 and Mika, 11.

I’m the youngest daughter of Allan Savory, a world-renowned Zimbabwean ecologist who discovered ground-breaking new management and ecological insights.

His discoveries help us to successfully address the root cause of our rapidly increasing, global social and economic issues, which are the knock-on consequences of mass biodiversity loss (mainly desertification) all of which is culminating in terrifying megafires and climate change.

For the last decade, I have been simplifying these new insights for both children and adults, aiming to make them easy for everyone to understand and use.

I’ve recently developed and written an educational workbook to help spread this knowledge and encourage positive change in schools and beyond. Link to workbook or images here?

Considering the unique social, financial and environmental complexity of each decision.

Balancing the unique social, financial and environmental complexity of each decision.

About Sarah