Apsara, is the most recent sculpture to be created for the Marine Foundation’s Living sculptures in the sea program; an on-going series of permanent underwater art installations which address coral reef degradation and raises awareness of the pressing need to protect the health of the oceans. The interactive sculptures combine innovative theories of coral gardening, artificial reef, fish habitation and coral stabilisation whereby serving two functions; to look stunning and restore damaged marine eco-systems; facilitating eco-tourism and sustainable sources of income for the local communities.
“These are extraordinary times. Preventing runaway global warming is the single most important task in all of human history – and it has fallen to us to do it”
Every now and then we meet someone we know will have a significant and positive impact on the world. One of these people is the author of our guest blog – […]
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A guest blog from Rob Kyle, current Imperial MSc student Social entrepreneurship in an organisation has been aptly reclassified as ‘social intrapreneurship’ (SI). These intrapreneurs are described as people within […]
This morning I caught up with Viv McWaters who first introduced me to the concept of linking liminality to behaviour change when I read her blog back in 2010. Four […]
In June, 6Heads gave me an opportunity to talk about Design thinking and the key principles that this approach relies on. It was a really interesting evening and it was […]