Rev. Sara Jolena Wolcott teaches, guides, and supports people and institutions in navigating the intersections of climate change, de/colonization, innovation and legacy. After obtaining her MA in Science, Technology and Society at the Institute of Development Studies in the UK and launching the ReImagining Development project that synthesized research from 33 countries, she was invited to work with the World Bank in Chennai, India. Working in India taught her that climate change was not merely a technological and policy issue, but a deeply spiritual/cultural one. She subsequently obtained her Masters of Divinity at Union Theological Seminary in the city of New York, and works with indigenous communities, investors, entrepreneurs, and creative change makers internationally to support new systems arising. She launched and runs Sequoia Samanvaya, based out of her home in Hudson, NY, alongside the River that Runs Both Ways, aka the Hudson River. She is on the board of Alternatives for a Viable Future and regularly finds ways of supporting Samanvaya.
Rev. Sara Wolcott
The course provides an orientation and introduction to the Green Economy in the Indian context. Designed and offered as a stand-alone hybrid programme consisting of 8 online interactive sessions and a weeklong bootcamp. This course was initially designed and offered in the international township of Auroville The course is offered at the Bhoomi College in 2023. The schedule of the course at Bhoomi College with the boot camp being held at the Bhoomi College campus is provided below.
Registrations are open for the Sept-end commencement cohort of the programme at the Bhoomi College in Bangaluru.
Please register using the QR code.