Our shared challenges  on a planet with disruptive climate change might  challenge us. It will be hotter.  It is about weather – extreme weather conditions with hurricanes,  heavy rainstorms, flooding, fires… and snowstorms.

Everyone talks about the weather, buy not in the same way as we did before. The temperature of the Planet, indicates the sickness of the patient. Are the new doctors of our time the climate scientists or the laymen with a compassionate and creative heart?

Is it the small-talk,  and common sense of everyday people,  that might bring back balance and get the temperature down? Who will be in charge of the draw-down, if not everyone?

The human – nature  partnership  is a state of being.  The radical newness in this partnership might evolve the possible new human of working together  instead of the the competitive state of survival of the fittest.  Who will find joy and pride of outrunning and be the champion in the survival race  with the natural world and the bigger ecosystem? To win a race with the wolfs are not the point!

SNOWSTORM TALKS ……  brings us human in front of the fireplace, more humble and more in balance, just at the moment when the snow is coloring everything white. Crises gives plenty of  new opportunities – what are they and how do we adjust our hopes in the new solutions of co-creation?

What are the questions that matter when people share thoughts off guards , and not in an effort of protecting a personal view of what is right and wrong.

The meeting concept is inspired by the global community of Society for Organizational Learning, with both SOL France and SOL Nordic Communities ( Norway and Sweden),  –  a global network of consultants, enterprises, researchers and change makers  ready to be part of the Necessary Revolution.   Nature Akademin of Sweden and Göran Gennvi have pioneered in the Nordic countries, to bring forward Wise Leadership and Dialogue.

Theory U by Presencing Institute     and the learning lab for emerging futures is part of the toolbox – and most of all – our common sense.