I wanted to make an attempt at a Systems Thinking model to analyse the possible functions and emerging responses of the cultural sector (arts, design, museums and heritage) to the […]
The strongest element of the Creative Climate Leadership course was facilitating our learning about leading, taking a broad view of what leadership meant.
Part of the Julie’s Bicycle course was about climate change, how to talk about it and how to motivate people to take action.
I was lucky enough to be selected for the second cohort of the Julie’s Bicycle Creative Climate Leadership course in Slovenia. It was an intensive week of learning about climate […]
I’ve started a new Medium-based platform for my Everyday Ecocide project. I thought I should share something about that project here on my main blog, as it’s increasingly important for […]
It’s 4.18. Last night I went to see Kate Tempest perform Let Them Eat Chaos. The title of this post is a line from Tunnel Vision, the last section of […]
May is a green time, and a time of elections. May 5th is the date of elections for local and home country/London assembly elections. The next few weeks will go […]
Today, 30th November, is the first day of Advent or the first day of the liturgical year, a season of deeper reflection on our place in the world and what […]
21st June is the midsummer solstice – a day to celebrate and more seriously to reflect on our connection to this spinning planet. On this special day, 25 performers […]
We’re all wrong about climate change. Everyone, including me. Every model, every report. What am I saying? Wrong how? What I mean is that with such complex interacting planetary systems, […]