Let’s transform our connection to nature by learning more about the plants that surround us, how we can use the wind to propel us forward and by exploring ideas and visions for our future!

The Hawila Project and Acting for Climate Learning Camp offers a variety of immersive workshops from the 22nd – 24th of September near Holbæk.
One leads the participants directly into nature for a sensory exploration of different plants and organisms in our local Scandinavian forests and meadows. We will teach about their use and together will cook some of them into delicious meals.
In another workshop, we give space to our bodies and minds and let them envision a future in which we live more sustainably. Through movement and play, we will tap into our imagination, dreams and hopes for a better future.
Lastly, we will share experiences from the sea, another special space for exploration, transformation, and reconnection to the forces of nature, and teach about how using wind power and protecting our water are just as important factors in the fight against climate change. If the weather allows we might also set sail ourselves!


Introduction & Welcoming activities

Foraging and plant walk with quiz at the local forest
Sensory theatre and imagining utopia through movement and creativity
Shared dinner & Social night

Tour on Hawila with a presentation about sustainable travel and carbon budget research
Sailing in Holbæk Fjord with Kystliv Holbæk
Farewell & Departure (possibility to depart on Monday)

We are still looking for participants from Denmark, Sweden and Norway, if you are interested in participating, please send us an email to apply@hawila.org

All accommodation and travel expenses are covered through the funding by Nordisk kulturkontakt as part of the Nordic Youth Climate Action Network project.