Brave new world

Lately I came across an article about a (materially)  successful man with a disability. He links the global game-changing Pandemic reaction of learning-/working-from-home[mfn]eg., there have been people asking for remote work for decades. Also people with disabilities, whether that's someone who struggles to get to an office due to mobility

Green(house) living

Soaring house prices, energy prices and food prices. Questionable building construction quality (except of course in PETs affordable units ), questionable energy availability and supermarket food quality, and v.questionable economic sanity. What to do? There's talk in the community about studying affordable housing&energy together in one project: ie. living in

January 25th, 2023|Categories: affordable housing, carbon strategy, food, video|

Beauty and the beast

On the pandemic and post-Cop27 subject of putting the case for positive behavioural change, here's a short article about a vital component of the fourth step to changing things (change step#1 see a problem #2 decide to resolve it #3 look for possible solutions #4 choose the most effective one).

Decarbonising ideas

Findhorn Innovation Research & Education and PET have received funding of £226,774 from the Scottish Government for four Feasibility Studies: Ambient Ground Loop District Heating Findhorn Masterplan, Infrastructure & Microgrid Findhorn Ecovillage Natur Housing Scaling Organic Food to contribute to Findhorn Ecovillage’s being in line with Moray’s transition to net zero,

October 15th, 2022|Categories: affordable housing, carbon strategy, donations, piggybank|

Woodside thanks

Our latest project, North Whins -- Woodside, is manifested! It now becomes part of the PET affordable Housing Program at the Park Ecovillage, Findhorn. Many congratulations to all involved "affordable Housing diVision" members. The Board would especially like to offer Paddy Atkinson huge thanks for this achievement due to his

September 14th, 2022|Categories: affordable housing, thanks</