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Listening is perhaps one of the most complex things we as humans do, because it invovles being in relation to others, our surroundings, and even our inner vocies. The tool Listening Palletes provides ways of expanding how you listen and what you notice when you engage your whole self in the act of listening. And when you use Listening Palletes in a group, you can learn about what other people notice, discover things you weren’t paying attention to, and find out ways of listening that may be unique to you. In this version of Listening Palletes, Liz descries the tool and what you need to get started. Then you can follow along with an example with Professor Beckett Sterner from an interdisciplinary course that brought together artists and scientists to learn about biodiversity loss.