Dr. Barbara Koth

Symposium Facilitator for ‘Awakening the Dreamer, Changing the Dream’ (Pachamama Alliance)

Adjunct Lecturer, School of Natural and Built Environments, UniSA

Speaking @ TOMORROW

Dr. Barbara Koth is one of thousands of trained global facilitators for the Pachamama Alliance Awakening the Dreamer, Changing the Dream program.  Grounded in indigenous wisdom, the Dreamer event is designed expand the network of engaged citizens by ‘waking up’  individuals to contribute their unique skills in creating an ‘environmentally sustainable, spiritually fulfilling and socially just human presence on the planet. ‘    https://www.pachamama.org/engage/awakening-the-dreamer

Barb is a former lecturer with UniSA’s environmental science program in the School of Natural and Built Environment, and maintains an adjunct appointment.   Her work and current consulting focuses on the human dimensions of environment —  community engagement, behaviour change and ecotourism.  She also has been involved in award-winning international development projects, including long-term community sustainability initiatives in Ghana, Tanzania and the rural US.

A lifelong activist, Barb most recently spent time at the Standing Rock water protection camps in opposition to the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) in the US, and she has spoken in several Adelaide forums about lessons from this high profile Native American-led social change movement.