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This award willing film Love Thy Nature by Sylvie Rokab and narrated by actor Liam Neeson vividly illustrates how we’ve lost touch with nature and presents a compelling case that reconnecting with the natural world is the key to improving personal health and ensuring our survival on earth.

Traversing the globe, the film celebrates the dazzling natural spectacles of our planet, while also revealing how a deeper connection with nature can transform each of us and inspire us to restore endangered ecosystems, as well as the human family.

Liam Neeson provides the voice of Homo Sapiens β€” our collective humankind β€” reflecting on how in the past several thousand years we have become separate from nature, believing we were meant to subdue it. The film especially traces the disconnect between humans and nature from the agrarian and industrial revolutions to the digital revolution. This disconnect has disrupted billions of years of evolution, leading to a mass extinction of species and threatening the very survival of the human race.

With the help of a variety of experts, the film highlights the restorative power of nature and several hopeful new developments. The emerging science of biomimicry emulates and borrows from nature’s designs rather than simply harvesting its raw materials. In the medical field, doctors are unveiling new findings on the role of nature in sustaining and healing the human body, and have discovered that spending time in nature can promote personal health and emotional stability.

Ultimately, Love Thy Nature shows how a renewed connection with nature is key both to improving our well-being and to solving our environmental crisis, and proposes some simple ways to make nature a bigger part of our lives.


β€’ Dayna Baumeister, PhD, Co-Founder, Biomimicry Institute
β€’ Brian Swimme, PhD, Cosmologist and Author
β€’ Andy Lipkis, Founder, TreePeople
β€’ Duane Elgin, Author and NASA Consultant
β€’ Stephen R. Kellert, PhD, Professor of Social Ecology, Yale University
β€’ Evon Peter, Indigenous Leader, University of Alaska
β€’ Jean Shinoda Bolen, MD, Psychiatrist and Author
β€’ Jay Harman, Biomimicry Inventor
β€’ Elisabet Sahtouris, PhD, Evolutionary Biologist
β€’ Philip Barr, MD
β€’ Alex Zaphiris, MD

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Kevin Park

Kevin Park

Kevin is the co-creator of We Are Wildness with his partner Alissa Wild. Lover of bikes, nature and e-commerce πŸš΄πŸŒ±πŸŒ²πŸ„πŸŒŽ CEO of: @myceliummarketing