Planet Local Summit Bristol
Planet Local Summit Bristol
Planet Local Summit Bristol, UK
Planet Local Summit Bristol, UK
Planet Local Summit Bristol, UK

“Localisation is the path to ecological economies, direct democracy, thriving communities and healthy food systems.”

– Helena Norberg-Hodge, Director, Local Futures

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Talks Workshops Dialogue and Debate Music Comedy A People's Assembly and more

Cutting-edge thinkers, writers, policy makers, movement builders and activists:

Charles Eisenstein - Planet Local Summit Bristol
Charles Eisenstein
Nathalie Kelley
Nathalie Kelley
Bayo Akomolafe. Planet Local Summit Bristol
Bayo Akomolafe
Poppy Okotcha - Planet Local Summit Bristol
Poppy Okotcha
Jyoti Fernandes. Planet Local Summit Bristol
Jyoti Fernandez
Jeremy Lent
Jeremy Lent
Lyla June Johnston - Planet Local Summit Bristol
Lyla June Johnston
John Perkins
John Perkins
Mika Tsutsumi - Planet Local Summit Bristol
Mika Tsutsumi
Iain McGilchrist - Planet Local Summit Bristol
Iain McGilchrist
Camila Moreno - Planet Local Summit Bristol
Camila Moreno
Satish Kumar - Planet Local Summit Bristol
Satish Kumar
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Connect with like-minded people from five continents over a clear vision to change the world.

Volunteer at the summit

Join the Planet Local team and get access to two days of the summit for free. Deadline for volunteer applications is Tuesday 26 September. 

What to expect

In-depth critique of corporate globalisation and greenwashing

Real-life strategies for systems change

First-hand accounts of inspiring localisation initiatives from around the world

Roadmaps for human and ecological wellbeing

Summit themes

Rethinking food and farming The roots of depression Climate and carbon Corporate welfare Indigenous wisdom Human-scale economies The role of technology The role of education Activism Challenging corporate media Healing ourselves, healing our communities The future of finance Spirituality and personal transformation

Planet Local is coming alive in Bristol!

A colourful new mural, created by local artists Silent Hobo and Inkie, has been unveiled on one of the most famous street art walls in Bristol, UK, to promote the Planet Local Summit.

The mural was commissioned by former Bristol mayor George Ferguson, and has been backed by Bedminster BID and Local Futures.