As part of the evolution of our Thrivable Culture framework, I’ve been doing some thinking about how it maps onto other models for planning and evaluating change. When I say […]
We are in a state of climate emergency, and alongside, interwoven with this, we – globally – are in a state of ecological and economic collapse. This calls for some […]
I was prompted to consider Systems Thinking on my Creative Climate Leadership course, and also on reading lots of articles by Daniel Christian Wahl, such as this on why we […]
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 Creative Climate Leader course was an exploration of the role of arts and culture in tackling climate change. Talks from guests, two from Eastern Europe and Alison […]
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 want to share some personal thoughts about sustainable well-being through Culture that I have been mulling, partly in my role as current evaluator for the Happy Museum project, and […]
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 […]
Last night I went to see Naomi Klein speak and be questioned about her new book, No is Not Enough. There were 2,500 of us in the Royal Festival Hall, […]