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 […]
Executive summary on P2. Please remember to actively calculate, offset and further reduce your personal Carbon Footprint. Using the PET Carbon Offsetting Service is an easy way to do so which also supports the Community. Thank you for your mindfulness. click here for the assessment pdf
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.
20 March sees 120th birthday of Peter Caddy, who together with Eileen Caddy and Dorothy Maclean co-founded the Findhorn Foundation Community and Ecovillage, on the Findhorn peninsula. May his practical spirit continue to watch over, inspire, develop and bless the Community and our vision at PET! “Go to the Brink and Look Over” – Peter […]
PROJECT INFORMATION UPDATED! In 2019 we actively started to plan for a cluster of 8 small S75 flats on the North Whins (NW) site of Duneland, in the Findhorn Ecovillage. Here’s the current situation as @22 October 2020: Duneland’s North Whins proposal approved by Moray Council on 20 August 2019. oct/19: PET NW affordable Housing […]
Findhorn Ecovillage 2018 Carbon Footprint Report Goran Wiklund has completed his assessment of our community carbon footprint for 2018. Here are his summary conclusions: The total greenhouses gas emissions have been calculated to 3,392 tCO2e (tonne CO2 equivalent) a reduction of 25% compared with 2017 when we emitted 5,235 tCO2e. The highest source of emissions […]
Check out Carbon Bites for reports on Findhorn Community environmental activities! Great turnout for the Sunday Slot. Great presentations too. At 300 bookings and a waiting list of another 30, the April conference is looking full of promise. It may well have ’competition’ at its opening, though, from the Extinction Rebellion crowd, two of whom […]