Latest news and blogs

Latest news and blogs

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Why we should worry about the state of democracy - Jon Rae

A decline in democracy is one of the biggest threats to the health of our planet
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My Schumacher Month by David Dunetz.

Finding friends on the path to transforming the world
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Ecology and Spirituality: the rapids of a personal journey - Eve Annecke

Eve shares the challenges of creating an ecological self
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Help bring solar power to hurricane hit Puerto Rico

Monday, 6 November, 2017
Crowdfunding campaign launched to help thousands of families without electricity.
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In harmony with nature

Monday, 6 November, 2017
Stephan Harding weaves his magic at the Royal Albert Hall
Re-thinking the future in a global online forum
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Re-thinking the future in a global online forum

Tuesday, 31 October, 2017
Staff and students are joining leading thinkers and practioners in a three-week online forum to consider how we could re-design everything.
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Gone But Still Here

“I soon learnt that a Grower’s best tool is her eyes. And I found myself among a group of people who sensitively observed rather than approximating or assuming; folk who deeply cared for and truly listened to the land and each other. I was touched time and time again by the thoughtfulness of the Garden Team and the Growers; and heartened that such sensitivity and caretaking was the foundation for the resilience of our growing enterprises.”
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Leadership Is A Choice - Mac Macartney

As managers in business and wannabe leaders, what choices are we called to make? When we ask all three questions, use the answers as a navigational tool, and commit to action, our leadership will have the capacity to move a mountain or two.
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A Deeper Look Into Brazilian Interest In Schumacher College’s Philosophy

The appeal of Schumacher College is not only measured by the students and volunteers here in England, but we can also see the numbers in Satish’s recent visit to Brazil where he launched his book Soil Soul Society in Portuguese and gave a number of speeches. In two of his free speeches in São Paulo, over 600 people turned up to listen to him and another seven thousand watched on line.
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In Conversation with Julie Richardson: The Philosophy and Development Behind the MA Economics For Transition Programme

Founder and initial head of the MA in Economics for Transition talks about her background and the philosophy behind the development of the programme.
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The Time is Now for a More Soulful Way of Business

Great companies are the ones which design customer experiences with soul. A customer experience has soul when it has the quality of authentic wholeness, the principle of life itself. When you can connect with the soul of your organisation and experience the way in which it is expressed through each and every part, you will have created an authentic customer experience with soul.
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Changemaker's Life in Transition

Life in Transition will feature changemakers from Denmark, Brazil, Estonia, the UK, Spain, Australia, Italy, USA,
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Two Meetings To Rescue The World by Colin Tudge

The two meetings attack the issues from different angles and with different speakers -- but both argue that for starters we (humanity, the world) need to re-think food and farming from principles. We need nothing less than an Agrarian Renaissance – to be driven by all of us: a giant exercize in democracy.
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About The Resurgence Trust

Established as an educational charity in 2006, The Resurgence Trust publishes Resurgence & Ecologist magazine, alongside its main website www.resurgence.org, where the entire back catalogue of issues are available for members to read. The Resurgence Trust also publishes the internationally-respected environmental news website www.theecologist.org. With a world-wide network of distinguished contributors and strong editorial integrity Resurgence, with the addition of The Ecologist in 2007, has become a powerful force for change.
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Jali Ardhi – ‘Care for the Land’ – Project

The Jali Ardhi, or 'Care Of The Land' Project will examine socio-ecological resilience to soil erosion driven by extreme events: past, present and future challenges in East Africa and aims to involve Schumacher College’s Ecological Design Thinking to map the issue in terms that will point towards a solution.