What is

Mine to Do?


This page accompanies Kimberley Hare’s book called “What is Mine to Do – and Who can I do it with?” published June 2024.

It contains a list of organisations working on the meta-crisis – including climate and ecological breakdown.  It is in alphabetical order.  Many of these organisations would welcome your energy and resourcefulness – get involved!

Soul Rewilding UK

Website: https://www.soulrewilding.co.uk/home

The environmental crisis is at heart a spiritual crisis.

If you’re feeling overwhelmed by the ecological crisis and want to move from feeling uncertain, anxious and disconnected from nature then Soul Rewilding is for you. We facilitate immersive experiences in sacred nature, together with coaching support and restorative activity to build hope, personal agency and the solidarity of community.

Immersive experiences to reconnect us to the sacredness of nature
There is a joy, a calm, a sense of transcendence that comes from being immersed in the beauty of wild nature. We all know and love that feeling. Yet the stories we tell ourselves and our modern way of life can cut us off from that awe for the sacred wildness of nature and our own inner wildness and soulfulness.

The ecological crisis is a spiritual crisis
The belief that we are separate from nature, superior to other than human life, that nature is solely a resource for exploitation, consumer convenience, material success, efficiency, speed. All these beliefs, or modern “idols” and ways of being in the world are causing us to kill the very thing that has given birth to us, that we love and depend upon, mother earth. The environmental crisis, loss of biodiversity and climate change is at heart a spiritual crisis afflicting the soul of humanity.

Re discovering an older story to reconnect us to sacred natureto relearn a new spirituality and humility that reconnects us to the sacredness of the earth and all other than human life.


Categories: Organizations
Updated 3 weeks ago.