Lindsay (she/her) helped launch the Ulex Project in 2017, a pan-European training centre which supports sustainable organising for systemic change. Prior to that she was involved in full-time climate activism for a couple of years with the Campaign Against Climate Change and Reclaim the Power.  As a facilitator, Lindsay’s work is underpinned by practice in Buddhist meditation for close to two decades, with training in both MBSR and MBCL, and she’s worked across a number of spheres including the NHS, to share Mindfulness and Compassion tools which prevent burn-out. She is passionate about how meditation practice can open up notions around identity, grief, the sacred and interspecies solidarity. Following on from a year of breast cancer treatment in 2019 she is currently working on a novel detailing some mental health road maps for traversing illness and exploring crisis as an opportunity for greater kinship with the more-than-human world.  She will shortly begin a nine month long journey into hunter-gatherer life-ways, indigenous belonging and rewilding as a student of The Old Way.