What social enterprise will look like in 2020 Charities ‘should see non-charitable social enterprises as comrades-in-arms’ Charities want to trade as social enterprises, but face poor access to finance Showing the further blurring of the traditional “profit” line between mainstream and “other” businesses, press and education are more&more emphasising the “Conscious Purpose” of […]
Our community carbon emissions It’s time to calculate our carbon emissions for 2018. As a Findhorn Foundation co-worker, a Cluny or Park resident, or if you are running a business with its office/operations at the Park, you should have received an email with a link to a web-based survey. If not please contact [email protected] The […]
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Attend Findhorn “Sunday Slots” which feature a raft of carbon related initiatives The Sunday Slot this week will feature a raft of carbon related initiatives that have been evoked, at least in part, by the Climate Conference in April. It will include a report of how the conference itself is unfolding. Park Lecture Room, 12:30-2pm, […]
The Findhorn Foundation presents the cChallenge to you! It is one of the events in preparation for Marilyn Hamilton and Maria Cooper are launching a 30 day experiment for 15-20 active participants from Findhorn, in collaboration with the University of Oslo. Here are the details: We are all invited to set a personal goal. stretch ourselves towards a more […]
Extrapolate the object of the below blog — organisational development — onto any sustainability project you like¹, and you will have 5 strategic areas to focus on. The 5 Barriers To Organizational Change (According To Harvard Professor Moss Kanter) ¹ eg: developments in community culture, housing, carbon footprint, finances, and hey, why not even personal development!
Food is something that is universally experienced. We all eat. And therefore, by linking climate change to food, you come to it already with more understanding and so the topic is made more accessible. ~ Karen Brown, Center for ECOliteracy Click on the link above for a short 13m48s video overview, and below for […]