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    You can’t blame the Youth

    How far are you willing to go to educate your children? Join Carl-Magnus Helgegren and his sons on a true life story spanning from refugee camps in the Middle East, to coping with death and loss when tragedy strikes - and how to reconnect with nature in the forests of Swedish Lapland.

    Carl-Magnus Helgegren Sweden

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    From the city to the fields, what if you would answer the call of mother nature?

    The legends of the Pachamama, goddess of Inca mythology known as the "Mother of the Earth and Time", have always rocked Linda Bedouet as a child. At 30, she decided to change her life and leave Paris for a healthier and less urban life. She created her farm, as a couple, in Normandy to become a "new-wave farmer". Inspired by permaculture, new-wave farmers are reinventing agriculture and a new society where humans integrate harmoniously into their ecosystem by taking care of Life.

    Linda Bedouet France

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    My inner journey to freedom

    « Who am I?» « Why am I here? » « How can I give meaning to my life? » We all grapple with these existential questions. The answer, Navi found out, lies not outside us, but deep within our own being. For the past decade, he has been valiantly exploring his inner world in a quest to find his true self. In this accessible talk, Navi dispels misconceptions that stop us from traveling to our “spiritual home” and offers practical advice to make your inner journey safe and enriching.

    Navi Radjou USA

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    Biomimicry: when nature teaches architecture

    How can we imagine cities with a positive footprint? Buildings that adapt to climatic variations with a little amount of energy? Self-repairing materials? Nature offers a range of sustainable innovations that have proved to work for millions of years on Earth. The diversity of applications is fascinating and the development potential is even greater as a means to rethink our cities, buildings and materials.

    Estelle Cruz France