More than 80% of Kenyan households rely on biomass (e.g. wood & charcoal) for energy; it is mainly used for cooking and occasionally for space and water heating. Wood and charcoal are obtained almost exclusively from the forest (90%), which is a key driver of deforestation in Kenya. The impact of deforestation is widespread, affecting […]
Approximately 60% of the people in the northern districts do not have access to clean water and rely exclusively on open wells, lakes and other unprotected sources. The community borehole project is unique in that it concentrates efforts on finding existing damaged water supplies and boreholes, repairing them to restore the water supply to the […]
Annual Report fy 2018
On the 21st of September 2019 European transformational communities will again be celebrating their practical sustainability solutions. Also on that date for the first time, American sustainable communities will do the same. Local, citizen or community-led initiatives (like those of the Findhorn Ecovillage) are adding up to something incredibly big and impactful, registering on the […]
Foraging for food The programme for the first-ever Foraging Fortnight has launched, with events ranging from woodland walks to wild food feasts to foraged cocktails! This project takes place from 31 August to 15 September 2019 and features a wide range of events across five diverse regions of Scotland: Lanarkshire, Fife, Moray, Forth Valley and Loch Lomond, […]
Dear Member of Park Ecovillage Trust, We are just 5 days away from the Climate Change and Consciousness Conference! It is a unique conference about surviving and thriving in a climate changing world and post-carbon economy. The event will feature some of the clearest and most passionate voices for the Earth ever gathered […]
Click here for TSi Moray’s site to get more details, or the above image for TSi Moray’s Eventbrite page to (i) get more details AND (ii) book this FREE info&network day gathering.