published 8 December 2017 in the Rainbow Bridge:
Our carbon footprints are too big. We need several globes to sustain our western lifestyle. Scientists tell us it is urgent to stop using fossil fuels as the carbon emissions result in a temperature increase that will jeopardise life on earth as we know it. If we don’t manage to flatten out and push down the […]
and some interesting up2date environmental statistics and data here from the World Bank about aviation Transport.
PET raised funds for and in 2013, built 4 out of 25 units on the East Whins (EW) site. History Development of private housing in The Park accelerated in the early 00’s on The Field of Dreams. In 2010 a proposal for developing 25 homes created the opportunity for Community-0wned affordable housing. Through an innovative […]
In 2016 we raised funds for, and in 2017 built a cluster of 6 small flats on the West Whins (WW) site of the Findhorn Ecovillage. Design Complementing the relatively big East Whins (EW) homes (see map) to have a wider range of properties in our portfolio, small one bed-room flats were chosen for the […]
This project was the initiative of our Chair Dr. Roger Doudna, a delegate at the 2015 Paris Climate Summit. The Assessment was funded by a grant from the New Findhorn Community Association (NFA), and the sponsored use of the “Our Impacts” calculation tool ( developer: Ecometrica, the Edinburgh based software company). In 2006, a study […]