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September Newsletter: The Elmhirst Programme – Soul, Spirit and Story, 2015

Thursday September 11, 2014

Schumacher College is delighted to announce a new programme of short courses and events based in the beautiful Elmhirst Centre of Dartington Hall. Read more…

Nature Connection - August Newsletter

Thursday August 7, 2014

This autumn we look at the benefits of consciously developing a connection to nature in different parts of our lives and society. Read more…

Summer Holidays at Schumacher College - July Newsletter 2014

Monday July 14, 2014

Are you wondering where to go on holiday this year? Read our latest newsletter and find out why coming to the College would be such a great way to spend you summer hols! Read more…

Re-Thinking The Way We Live - June Newsletter 2014

Tuesday June 10, 2014

In January 2015 we start our new postgraduate programme in Ecological Design Thinking. Two years in the planning, this programme will lead the way we think about our world and how to live within it. Read more…

Wanted: Postgraduate Programmes Support Volunteer

Tuesday June 10, 2014

We are looking for a volunteer who will provide support to students on all of the four postgraduate programmes that we run at the College. Read more…

‘No Destination’ An Archive on Radio 4

Thursday May 29, 2014

Satish Kumar, co-founder of Schumacher College, will talk abaout his 8,000 journey of peace on Radio 4, Saturday 14 June at 8pm. Read more…

Finding Deeper Purpose - May Newsletter

Thursday May 1, 2014

Do you long to align your work and life to a deeper purpose in service of people and planet? This November we launch a year-long programme in partnership with the Gross National Happiness Centre in Bhutan. Read about this new programme and all the latest College short courses, news and events. Read more…

Proposal to develop a consortium to bid for Parsonage Farm, Dartington

Monday April 28, 2014

A once in a generation opportunity has arisen to bid for the farm tenancy at the heart of the Dartington Estate. A number of interested parties, including the Campaign for Real Farming and Schumacher College, believe that there is the opportunity to create a farm which reflects the core ecological principles at the heart of learning at Schumacher – including diversity, resilience and the interconnection of a wide range of operations. Read more…

Job vacancy: Digital Network Manager

Tuesday March 25, 2014

We are looking for an individual who can manage and evolve our existing CRM, CMS and VLE systems and develop, or otherwise co-ordinate, new functionality. Read more…

An Invitation To Join In - April Newsletter

Friday March 21, 2014

April Newsletter We are all in it together! But in a busy, unequal and fragmented world, how do we join our voices, of all ages and cultures, to collectively improve things for all? Read more…

Job vacancy: Post-Doctoral Research Assistant in Ecological Design (EDT)

Thursday March 20, 2014

Schumacher College is looking for a post-doc to join our learning community as part of our new postgraduate programme in Ecological Design Thinking. Read more…

Deep Ecology and Ecological Design - February 2014 newsletter

Wednesday February 26, 2014

In 1991, Schumacher College was founded on the principles of ‘Deep Ecology’, Environmental Activism and Transformation’. 23 years later we revisit our founding vision and ask what ‘Deep Ecology’ means now, for individuals, communities and organisations. Read more…

A New Course of Action - January 2014 newsletter

Tuesday January 21, 2014

Could 2014 be the year for new leadership, a new course of action, a different way of thinking? Join us this year to create a better, fairer and more beautiful world. Read more…

Job vacancy: Ecological Design – Senior Lecturer

Tuesday January 7, 2014

Schumacher College, is looking for an inspirational individual to lead our ground-breaking new postgraduate programme in Ecological Design Thinking, developed in partnership with the School of Architecture, Design and Environment at Plymouth University. Read more…

The Turn of the Year - December Newsletter 2013

Tuesday December 17, 2013

Here’s wishing our alumni, followers and friends all over the world, a wonderful time over the festive season. We look forward to welcoming some of you back in 2014 for one of our short or postgraduate courses. Read more…

Adventures in New Economics - watch them now!

Thursday November 14, 2013

We’re delighted to be able to share a selection of videos from our speaker series Adventures in New Economics , a wide-ranging speaker series covering the key topics in new economic thinking today, presented in partnership with Transition Town Totnes, and Totnes REconomy Project. Read more…

Is Happiness Possible? November Newsletter 2013

Tuesday November 12, 2013

Join us in the Spring for a good look at ‘well-being’ and the social and economic systems that support it.

Convening some of the front-line pioneers in the happiness revolution, we look at the ideas and projects bringing greater well-being to places, from deprived inner cities in the UK to the Kingdom of Bhutan. Read more…

Feeling Good on the Inside – October Newsletter

Thursday October 10, 2013

In our October Newsletter we announce several new courses with teachers including Fritjof Capra, Polly Higgins and Charles Eisenstein. A new blog from Head of College – Jon Rae and a new Insight video which gives a flavour of College life! Read more…

A Maker's Journey - September Newsletter 2013

Tuesday September 10, 2013

Our September newsletter with information on new courses, places still available, discounts, news, events and new media material.

If you love Schumacher College ... a letter from Satish Kumar

Thursday August 29, 2013

Satish Kumar, co-founder of Schumacher College, writes to ask for your help by supporting a less fortunate student to attend a course that will transform theirs and many others lives….. Read more…

Make the Village Whole - two events with Stephen Jenkinson

Tuesday August 27, 2013

Stephen Jenkinson, MTS, MSW, Founder of the Orphan Wisdom School, will be holding a special screening of his film Griefwalker plus there is the opportunity to join him on a day long course The Gold of Elders in Our Midst – a day for village making and learning what these times ask of young people, a teaching for Elders in Training. Read more…

One Year in Transition - a new course from the Transition Network

Thursday August 8, 2013

Isabel Carlisle, who took the Schumacher Certificate in Education for Sustainability course in 2009, is now Education Coordinator at Transition Network. She has designed a new course called One Year in Transition that is recruiting for a new intake this September. Read more…

Bicton@Dartington - Craft level courses in Sustainable Horticulture

Monday August 5, 2013

Bicton@Dartington are offering craft level courses in Sustainable Horticulture starting September 2013 – last remaining places

Job opportunity: Senior Lecturer in Ecological Design

Friday August 2, 2013

Senior Lecturer in Ecological Design – closing date 23 August 2013

Ecological Design - News from Schumacher College

Friday July 26, 2013

Our postgraduate programme in Ecological Design Thinking starts in April and opens for recruitment soon. Details also of a Senior Lecturer position to complement existing College faculty.

Sustainable Horticulture and Agroecology

Friday July 19, 2013

Latest news on our developing programme in sustainable horticulture, agroecology and food production. NEW SCHOLARSHIPS AND APPRENTICESHIPS AVAILABLE!

Recruiting now! New Colombian Certificate in Holistic Science and Economics for Transition

Thursday July 11, 2013

Are you based in Colombia? Be part of a dynamic learning community where you will experience teaching from both our Holistic Science and Economics for Transition programmes, as well as bi-cultural issues specific to Colombia and Latin America. Read more…

June Newsletter 2013 - In the midst of complexity

Thursday June 27, 2013

In our latest newsletter read about three new courses for the Autumn term which look at the root causes of why we struggle in our social, economic and environmental work. They offer exciting new ways to respond creatively, and with grounding, to the unforeseen happenings in our personal and working lives. Blogs from Colin Tudge, Sean Dagan Wood and Ruth Potts – new Earth Talks and lots of inspiration! Read more…

Postgraduate News and Schumacher Events

Friday June 14, 2013

Our Sustainable Horticulture and Food Production re-launches as a full-time postgraduate programme here at the College. Last few places recruiting now for Holistic Science.

Time to Act - May Newsletter

Monday May 20, 2013

For 22 years Schumacher College has brought together leading thinkers from around the world to envision a better future. Read about new courses with Helena Norberg-Hodge, John and Nancy Todd and Colin Tudge. Courses that focus on how we can act to bring this future into reality. Read more…

An interview with Stephanie Mills

Monday May 20, 2013

Author and activist, Stephanie Mills, shocked the US in 1969 with a valedictory speech, which predicted a bleak future for humanity due to overpopulation and overuse of natural resources. Stephanie joins us for the forthcoming course Writing from the Core of the Earth, we spoke to her briefly to get a flavour of her hopes for the course. Read more…

The Intuitive Way of Knowing - A Tribute to Brian Goodwin

Thursday April 25, 2013

Floris Books publish a tribute to the life and work of Brian Goodwin. With contributions from eminent scholars and academics around the world, the book looks at his research on pattern and form in biology and the metaphysical principles that guided him. It honours both his work and personal memories of a much loved and respected colleague. Read more…

Postgraduate Support Liaison required - Volunteer

Thursday April 25, 2013

The College is looking for an effective communicator and organiser to help with the smooth running of our expanding postgraduate programmes. Read more…

Senior Volunteer required

Thursday April 25, 2013

The College is looking for a suitable candidate to take on the role of Senior Volunteer. This is an important and rewarding role within the College. Read more…

Green Transition Scoreboard Finds Over $4.1 T in Private Green Investments

Tuesday April 23, 2013

A new report from Ethical Markets finds Over $4.1 trillion in private green investments as of Q4 2012. Read more…

Small World Big Ideas - Website Launches

Monday April 22, 2013

We’re excited to announce the launch of a new project: to help people discover their own inner activist and help each of us put our plans to create a more beautiful, just, sustainable and resilient world, into action. Read more…

April Newsletter - Small is Beautiful

Thursday April 18, 2013

The smallest things can change your life. In this newsletter read two new interviews with Satish Kumar and co-head of Economics Julie Richardson. A new blog on indigenous wisdom from Jonathan Dawson and details of new transformative courses. Read more…

Food for your soul – An interview with Satish Kumar

Thursday April 18, 2013 (interview)

Satish Kumar discusses his philosophy about food and the importance it has for both our health and well-being. Read more…

Practising Ecology: Julie Richardson on the Transition to a New Economy

Tuesday April 16, 2013 (interview)

Chris Tittle was part of the first group of students to graduate from the College’s pioneering MA Economics for Transition. In this interview, he talks to Julie Richardson who helped design the MA and discusses the rationale, design, and hope-for impact of the programme. Read more…

Campus developments

Thursday March 28, 2013

We are very proud to announce that we have had 40 Photo Voltaic panels installed on the roof of Old Craft Education building. Read more…

March Newsletter - Three amazing women...

Tuesday March 19, 2013

Three amazing women give courses at the College this May and June – join them to envision, celebrate and draw down a positive and harmonious future. Also find out about new short courses, postgrad news, videos, blogs and events. Read more…

An interview with Chris Salisbury - Call of the Wild

Tuesday March 19, 2013

Chris Salisbury talks bout the forthcoming training course Call of the Wild – A Foundation in Environmental Education Outdoors which the College is running in partnership with WildWise. Read more…

Schumacher College Network - help co-create a new platform

Monday March 4, 2013

It has been the dream of many people at Schumacher College to develop an on-line network platform that connects individuals and organisations working in the field of transformative learning for sustainable living. Read more…

An interview with Trebbe Johnson - Radical Joy for Hard Times

Tuesday January 29, 2013

An interview with Trebbe Johnson, leader of the short course ‘Wounded Places – Wounded Self’ 13-17 May

In Memory of Henri Bortoft - January Newsletter

Friday January 25, 2013

January 2013 It was with great sadness that we learnt of Henri Bortoft’s passing away on the 29th December 2012. Read more…

A Tribute to Henri Bortoft

Monday January 7, 2013

A Tribute to Henri Bortoft, written by Stephan Harding, Philip Franses and Patricia Shaw

It was with great sadness that we learnt of Henri Bortoft’s passing away on the 29th December 2012. Henri was a hugely important philosopher of science, and, in his earlier days, an outstanding physicist who had worked closely with David Bohm on the implications of quantum mechanics for our understanding of wholeness.

Change Your World in 2013 - December Newsletter

Thursday December 20, 2012

A big ‘Thank You‘ to all of our readers, alumni, students and friends for your support in 2012….Read more…

The New Materialism - November Newsletter

Thursday November 29, 2012

What better time than Christmas to rethink our relationship with material things? Read about the ground-breaking new pamphlet on The New Materialism, new courses for 2013 and how you can bid online for some amazing items that will raise much needed funds to continue the College’s important work. Read more…

The New Materialism

Thursday November 29, 2012

What better time than Christmas to rethink our relationship with material ‘stuff’. Read more about the work of MA student Ruth Potts and the ground-breaking new pamphlet she has co-written. Read more…

Ecological Design Inquiry – programme development

Tuesday October 30, 2012

Dr Anna Evely will be co-ordinating the development of our postgraduate programme in Ecological Design. As a result we have decided to postpone our Inquiry on Ecological Design until later in 2013. Read more…

Changes to our Christmas Retreat

Tuesday October 30, 2012

The Schumacher Christmas Retreat has regretfully been cancelled due to a very full College over the Chrismas period. Read more…

Cutting edges - October Newsletter

Tuesday October 16, 2012

A round-up of our upcoming courses and news, plus exciting teachers announced for next years Short Course Programme.

Schumacher College makes plans for Dartington as an ecological estate

Friday October 12, 2012

Dartington to become an ecological estate with the help of Transition Town Totnes and Schumacher College.

August Newsletter - Change Your View

Thursday August 16, 2012

August Newsletter | In this newsletter we have details of new courses coming on stream, news from around the College, details of forthcoming events, and a number of articles from faculty and visiting teachers. Read more…

Short-term job opportunity - What is Ecological Design?

Tuesday July 24, 2012

We have an exciting opportunity for someone with experience and ideas in the area of whole systems design and regeneration to bring together a new Masters programme scheduled to start in September 2013. Read more…

Banking on Ourselves

Thursday July 19, 2012

July Newsletter | With headlines focussed on the deepening banking crisis, a quiet revolution is happening in the way our new entrepreneurs do business. This month’s newslettter covers a range of exciting new courses that explore much needed alternative economic and business models; plus blogs, College news and news from our friends. Read more…

The REconomy Project

Wednesday July 4, 2012

What’s wrong with our economy? Banks, debt, money, corporate greed? This Summer the College has teamed up with Transition Town Totnes to host a series of events that will explore how we can respond as communities.

Job Opportnity: Gardens Leader and Trainer

Thursday June 28, 2012

An exciting opportunity for a residential Gardens Leader and Trainer has arisen at Schumacher College, as part of the expansion of the sustainable horticulture course programme. Read more…

Postgraduate Certificates in Holistic Science

Monday June 25, 2012

We are delighted to announce that Plymouth University have given us the go-ahead to run Postgraduate Certificates in Holistic Science starting September 2012. Read more…

A Time of Change - June 2012 Newsletter

Thursday June 21, 2012

June Newsletter In this month’s newsletter we talk to John Perkins – best-selling author of Confessions of an Economic Hitman, we have details of new courses coming on stream, plus news from our programmes and from around the College. Read more…

Job Opportnity: Marketing and Open Learning Technician

Monday June 18, 2012

Schumacher College, has an exciting opportunity for a digitally literate individual who can provide the necessary technical support for our on-line marketing and open learning activities. Read more…

Hoodwinked – John Perkins visits the College

Thursday May 31, 2012

Last week John Perkins taught a short course entitled Hoodwinked at the College. We took the opportunity to ask for his thoughts on what we can all do to create a more equitable world. Read more…

Big Green Week and The Big Green Chair

Monday May 28, 2012

Recently The Big Green Chair, came to visit the College. The idea behind the chair is that it roams the country, being the backdrop for intimate conversations with some of the UK’s leading speakers on sustainability issues. Read more…

Schumacher College Brochure - 2012

Tuesday May 22, 2012

Our new brochure for 2012 is now ready with details of the many programmes and courses we will be running throughout the year. Read more…

Hands-On at Schumacher

Tuesday May 15, 2012

Hands-On vocational courses at the College are proving incredibly popular and successful. Read more here about the courses and the new vocational work that is transforming people’s lives and the College. Read more…

Newsletter - May 2012

Monday May 14, 2012

May Newsletter Despite the deepening financial crisis around the world, Nature provides us with many opportunities to learn about our place on the Earth; the importance of family, community and friendship and the need to step back from the demands of 21st Century living, to consider what it is that we really value. In this newsletter we offer a range of courses that will help you in reorienting yourself and others around you, plus news from our programmes and from around the College. Read more…

Newsletter - April 2012

Tuesday April 17, 2012

April Newsletter In this edition of the College newsletter we are pleased to announce details of our new part-time and postgraduate programme routes. Plus we have a special interview with Jonathan Balcombe and Marc Bekoff who teach on the forthcoming short course Animals and Us, and details of courses, special offers, blogs and other news from around the College. Read more…

Newsletter - March 2012

Tuesday March 6, 2012

March Newsletter In this issue read about new short courses, Springtime in Gaia’s Kitchen, Harmony, Ecology, Scarcity and The Gift Economy and Conflict, Change and Reconciliation plus new articles from Jonathan Dawson, Philip Frances and Judy Allen Read more…

Newsletter - February 2012

Monday February 6, 2012

February Newsletter In this issue read about our new short courses, a pioneering new Certificate in Holistic Science and Economics, an update on the College restructure from Head of School Jon Rae, plus new articles from Jonathan Dawson and Patricia Shaw Read more…

Schumacher College student awarded job with BTCV on supported housing projects in Torbay

Monday January 30, 2012

Carole Stocker, a student attending the Certificate in Sustainable Horticulture at Schumacher College, chose to look at edible landscapes in urban areas. Her studies have now secured a new role with BCTV. Read more…

Zooming out

Thursday January 5, 2012

Film-maker Nora Bateson talks about her film An Ecology of Mind, a portrait of her father Gregory Bateson, the celebrated anthropologist, philosopher, author, naturalist and systems theorist.

Newsletter - January 2012

Wednesday January 4, 2012

January Newsletter | Warm greetings for 2012 to all our newsletter readers. In this newsletter: News from our Masters courses; New short courses; Articles by Jean Boulton, Emily Ryan, Julie Richardson, Peter Reason, Satish Kumar, Joanna Brown, Tim Malnick and Stephan Harding; plus details of our Open Evenings and many other events.

Open Evenings for 2012

Thursday December 22, 2011

Make a note in your diary! We are pleased to announce the dates and teachers who will take part in our Open Evenings for the early part of 2012.

The Earth Talks - 2012 Programme announced

Monday December 5, 2011

Details of next years Earth Talks are now here. The hugely popular Earth Talks continue into 2012 with three events that incorporate learning and wisdom from the land and the sea!

November Newsletter

Wednesday November 30, 2011

November Newsletter How should we respond to the turmoil around us as markets crash, energy prices increase and climate change becomes an ever present reality? Some respond with denial, some shout ‘The End of The World’ and others look for solutions that identify a future of possibility and hope. Read more here…

Richard Douthwaite

Tuesday November 15, 2011

Richard Douthwaite co-founder of Feasta, visiting teacher and friend of the College died yesterday on November 14th 2011 after a long illness.

Animate Earth - A New Film by Stephan Harding

Monday October 31, 2011

Schumacher College is proud to announce the first screening of the forthcoming film ‘Animate Earth’, a documentary film written and presented by the College’s resident ecologist Dr Stephan Harding.

Newsletter October 2011

Friday October 28, 2011

For this month’s newsletter, we focus in on our postgraduate programmes which are now open for applications. Alongside our MSc Holistic Science and our MA Economics for Transition which started this academic year, we are excited to announce a pioneering programme – MSc Sustainable Horticulture and Food Production – which is currently in development for 2012.

A Learning Journey to India - in association with Schumacher College

Thursday October 6, 2011

January 29 to February 13, 2012 Travel with Links to India to visit and build bridges with some of the pioneering projects and people making sustainable living a reality

Newsletter September 2011

Friday September 30, 2011

Clearly it’s time for new thinking on the future of economics, but what solutions are available to us? What forms of enterprise can replace the unsustainable businesses of today and what models of organisation could lead to healthier and more resilient enterprises that can weather economic storms whilst treading more lightly on the planet?

Green Entrepreneur Competition

Thursday September 1, 2011

Green Entrepreneur Competition, 2011. To encourage and support budding green entrepreneurs from around the world the College is offering a place on the course at half price (£375 for one week, or £600 for two weeks). The prize will go to the Green Entrepreneur/s who impresses them most with their new or existing green business idea.

Newsletter August 2011

Tuesday August 30, 2011

How can we find the energy and enthusiasm for sustainable living if we don’t take care of our own health and wellbeing? To see you into the autumn with renewed vitality, we start the academic year with some great opportunities for rest, reconnection, reading and rethinking.

Can you help?

Tuesday August 2, 2011

We are delighted to announce a new study programme from Schumacher College that offers you the chance to become fully immersed in an ecological way of looking at the world which will transform your life and work. Cultivating an Ecoliterate Worldview: Person, Place and Practice. Can you help us promote this exciting new opportunity?

Newsletter July 2011: Building Change for Sustainability – Are you organised?

Monday July 18, 2011

For many of us, sustainability is a dynamic and active process of changing the environmental, social and economic components of existence that we simply cannot sustain. However, building changes in our communities and in the wider world can be a complicated and difficult task without the knowledge and skills to help drive them.

Newsletter June 2011: What are the credible alternatives to the existing financial system?

Tuesday June 14, 2011

Governments across the globe have gone to enormous lengths to prop up failing financial institutions on the understanding that these interventions will bring about stability and end the threat of further financial collapse. But is the economic crisis really over? Is this ‘business as usual’ mentality destined to produce more of the same instability?

Pioneer of Oberlin Project, David Orr, shares ideas and practice at Schumacher College

Monday May 30, 2011

David Orr’s approach to sustainability is an essential, rich dialogue on how we integrate responses to crisis and environmental challenge – where there is a role for every voice from industry and science to art and music. The Oberlin Project has already been heralded as having the potential to be an international model for change and development.

Imagine a Masters in Horticulture

Tuesday May 10, 2011

Help us imagine a Masters in Horticulture that explores the role of natural biological and ecological processes in productivity, meets the treble challenges of peaking natural resources, environmental change and rising populations, and asks the question of what a resilient and sustainable local food system might look like.

Newsletter April 2011: How much is enough?

Thursday April 28, 2011

As the resources we’ve depended on our whole lives are in decline (cheap oil, stable climate, and a growing economy), and as looming government cuts have yet to fully impact, there has never been a more obvious time for us to take stock of our lives and reassess our lifestyles in terms of our emotional and spiritual connection with ‘stuff’.

Schumacher College to expand at the Old Postern site

Friday April 8, 2011

We are pleased to announce that Schumacher College will be expanding its campus at the Old Postern site to deliver its new programmes. The College’s expanded campus will include refurbishing nearby buildings and the construction of a cycle track from Dartington Hall.

Newsletter March 2011: Taking our inspiration from nature

Friday March 11, 2011

Taking our inspiration from nature to address this question points us towards all that can be learned from the amazing innovations and creative coping strategies that organisms have developed to minimise their use of resources – the world of biomimicry.

Exploring ecoliteracy, learning and radical change: From the Schumacher College perspective

Sunday March 6, 2011

There is an urgent and unprecedented task in enabling learning around the many complex issues involved in sustainability.

Bruce Lipton comes to Schumacher College

Thursday February 3, 2011

We are delighted that the award winning Bruce Lipton will be coming to Schumacher College in September to teach a course named after his bestselling book Biology of Belief.

Happy Birthday Schumacher College

Monday January 31, 2011

If you were at Schumacher College 20 years ago today you would have been involved with the first ever course we ran, taught by James Lovelock: The Health of Gaia. We have run over 250 transformational courses since then. Thanks to all of you who have made the last twenty years so wonderful.

Job opportunity: Marketing Assistant at Schumacher College

Monday January 24, 2011

Schumacher College’s successful course programme is developing fast. We are looking for an experienced marketer with a commitment to communicating our work to new and established audiences.

What is needed for Transformative Development?

Thursday January 20, 2011

We acknowledge that the field of Development is ever-shifting and increasingly complex. When the rest of the world wants to stop and take stock, Development must keep moving forward in new and creative directions.

Satish Kumar presents Thought for the Day

Monday December 27, 2010

Satish will be presenting Thought for the Day on Radio4, between 7.45am and 7.50am on 28th December 2010. The theme of Satish’s presentation will be peace, and the convergence of Buddhist wisdom and indigenous intelligence.

Newsletter December 2010

Monday December 20, 2010

These are exciting times for us here at Schumacher College, as we prepare the ground for two new strands of practically-based courses to complement our existing curriculum in the area of sustainable land use and ecological design, build and refurbishment. We need your input in designing the right courses at this time.

20th Anniversary Appeal

Wednesday December 15, 2010

As you may already be aware, 2011 marks the 20th anniversary of Schumacher College. It is also the centenary of the birth of E.F. Schumacher whose work was inspirational in the founding of the College. This 20th Anniversary marks an important milestone in the College’s history. Thank you if you have been part of creating these first amazing 20 years.

Help us design the right practical course for you

Tuesday November 30, 2010

We are now working with like-minded people and organisations to develop a new practically based strand to our curriculum. This will include new short courses, and an undergraduate and postgraduate programme on ecological design, build and refurbishment for the HOME, and human-scale sustainable LAND use. We are currently seeking input from you to help us design this new area of work.

Exploring Purpose and Profit

Thursday November 25, 2010

Recent economic events have told us that our present economic system is vulnerable. Can organisations be successful and genuinely sustainable – in the broadest sense? Is business capable of taking a different path?

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