1. Conceiving Nature: History of an Ancient Misunderstanding
a. Philosophies of Nature & Conceptions of nature: mechanistic misunderstandings and their finalistic / humanistic / romantic / metaphysical / biological / technocratic variations.
b. Pachamama = Fysis = Gaia = Biosphere & her Anthropocene equations.
c. Convergences between the wisdom of the indigenous cultures and the new ecological paradigms of science and philosophy.
2. New Ecological Paradigms and Their Implications: What to Do with Our Nature?
a. Between science and philosophy: the models of Rupert Sheldrake, John Allen and other synergists.
b. Biospheric Demonstration: the Legacy of Vladimir Vernadsky and the Biosphere2 Experiment, and their consequences and implications.
c. The planetary regeneration movement in this decade of ecological restoration (2021-2030).
3. Innovative Applications of the Concept of Nature on a Global Scale: Some Model Examples
a. Ecological Restoration Models for this decade: "Milking Clouds" and the Accion Serrana Project (Argentina) and its exponential scaling up with Andes Action (for all the highest forests of South America) & Treeangle modeling.
b. Towards Regenerative landscape products: the magic formula of Commonland in Spain, South Africa and Australia.
c. Experiences of the research vessel Heraclitus: exploring the Water Planet & milestones of the Institute of Ecotechnics.
d. Teacher Plants: Interculturality, Bioconservation & some Neuro-psychopharmacological milestones of the “Ecodelic Renaissance” from the “Messenger Molecules.”
e. Doing as Nature: Symbionts of Rhizomatic Networks with Global Nodes: reflections on wide scale initiatives & resilience.