PET’s been doing its CARE in action for the benefit of the Findhorn Ecovillage Community since 2009. On the 75th anniversary of the United Nations and the 5th anniversary of their adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals – in the midst of a pandemic radically transforming our economies and societies – this 30-minute film tells […]
I came across two phrases while reading about the effects of the health crisis on the future of work: “… lightweight, personalised, distributed, and resilient…” [re. organisational attributes; also topical for individuals] “… building trust, valuing human skills, supporting mental and physical well-being, managing workloads, and having work spaces that encourage collaboration and creativity …” […]
——There’s a discussion currently happening in the Findhorn Ecovillage Community about being Carbon Neutral by 2030. And then I read some days ago: “the April  oil market crash will test the determination of majors like Shell and BP, which have recently announced goals to reach net-zero emissions by 2050, according to the International Energy […]
In the Findhorn Foundation Community at this time, the Caring Community Circle is coordinating support and making resources accessible to the community, especially vulnerable community members. Below are links for local volunteer support information and networking, as well as for official national sites giving specific virus related information. To contact specific people→, use the forms on the side-menu. Caring […]
Since 1996 the Findhorn Ecovillage Community Care Circle (CCC) has held a fund which over the years, has assisted community members to remain in the community when care at home was needed. click for donations from outside UK Thank you for your support.
It’s as simple as ABC; today makes more sense because of you. PET, the Findhorn Ecovillage Benefit Charity, salutes you and your work. Thanks for your consideration!