Lars Larsson is a mechanical engineer, inventor, and researcher of sustainable traditions. His passions have lead him on remarkable journeys with indigenous peoples and leaders all over the world. Together with Swedish environmental journalist, film and television producer, and author Annika Dopping, Lars has formed an NGO called Timeless Knowledge. He integrates timeless, indigenous knowledge with new techniques and modern technology. The Dalai Lama is currently collaborating with Lars to build a Timeless Knowledge school in the Himalayan region of India. This unique school utilizes whole-systems, experience-based education methods, and focuses on subjects critically important to the Himalayan countries such as topsoil creation and preservation, water conservation, energy development, forest conservation. Students learn advanced concepts of chemistry, mathematics, problem solving, resilience and many other essential skills. Lars is working with indigenous elder and faithkeeper Oren Lyons on a TV series about the history of the world’s indigenous peoples. The series will give special attention to the papal authorization granted to the conquistadors over 500 years ago for the systematic genocide of Indigenous peoples. Known as The Doctrine of Discovery.