The Natural Change Project was developed in 2008 as an innovative response to this and explores how experiences of the natural world inspire people to live sustainably. In addition to this personal process, Natural Change also equips participants with the skills, insights and motivation to lead others towards a more sustainable future.
Through an innovative approach to learning and with experts from round the world, Schumacher College has helped thousands of organisations and individuals in understanding and finding solutions for the most pressing ecological and social concerns of modern life.
As a psychotherapist with some 30 years experience, Mary-Jayne is interested in a psychology in the service of the earth. This is Ecopsychology. How might we support the genius of human nature to re-imagine our relationship with the earth? How might we understand and confront the shadow sides of human nature that have led us to this point of global crisis?
Osbert Lancaster / Change Making
Osbert works with organisations, including community groups, NGOs, professional associations, businesses and universities, that want to change things for the better – in the way they operate and in the world beyond.
Green Space Life Coaching
Green Space Life Coaching offers life coaching outdoors in London’s parks and green spaces. Time out from our busy (urban) lives in natural surroundings is not only great for our psychological, emotional and physical well-being, but as we walk the unconscious mind can streamline thoughts, reflect and generate new ways of thinking, ideas and solutions.
From global poverty, to human rights violations, to child abuse, to environmental destruction. Yet so far, we have been able to make only small steps towards solving them. Why? While the power of vested interests is clearly impossible to ignore, one major, connected and largely overlooked factor is the values that motivate people.