2nd April 2020 13:24

Clare Dubois is the founder of TreeSisters, a global network of women reforesting the earth and nurturing the rise of feminine leadership on planet earth.

Clare shares the remarkable story of how she received the mission and inspiration for TreeSisters, and her journey to create a business in harmony with the rhythm of the seasons using pioneering feminine business practices as they plant over two million trees a year.

We talk openly about the grief we experience, and how to address it, when we witness the damage to our planet for economic gain; the need to re-imagine a new economic system that regenerates the earth; and Claire’s vision for business in an awakened world.

Links

treesisters.org

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True Business School 

The Antigua Retreat 

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