If we are to adapt to ecological change, we need to change ourselves. But what is my ‘self’?
Last week I got an email from Bob, now retired. He told me that there was a “new” plan to create ‘The National Centre for the Mountain Environment’ at CairnGorm. I was - and still am - stunned by this news.
The shift that needs to be made is to move from trying to integrate sustainability into the game, to understanding that it changes the game altogether.
Ultimately, the solution to our problems lies in two things: realising, deep in the fabric of our bodies, that we are part of nature and; our imaginations.
Most organisations won’t take the risk of engaging with novel sustainability leadership approaches. Not because they think they won’t work - but precisely because they think they might!
Ten lessons learned from the Covid-19 pandemic.
A new book by Mary-Jayne Rust.
There has been a lot of talk recently about getting back to normal... but what does this mean in a hypernormal world?
Since the publication of the most recent IPCC report, I’ve been asked three times about 'climate grief'. The frightening reality of inaction on climate change...