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.
Inspiration can strike at the strangest of times. Tonight I’m delighted to post a guest blog written by Oscar Rodriguez, Director,Architect and founder of Architecture & food. Originally I asked […]
The second Steps Towards Sustainability walk took place last week with 6heads and 15 other sustainability practitioners enjoying the stunning cliff-top coastal walk from Dover to Deal in blazing sunshine. […]
So with all the festivities a week has turned into a month, but here is the second part of my blog on the practical application of sustainability values in order […]
In my last post I looked at some of the theories that support incorporating core purpose and company values at the heart of a business. Below is a summary of […]
In my last blog I looked at some of the problems associated with trying to become a more responsible company, particularly if a company is looking to profit from ethical […]
It’s been a few months since I last ‘shared’ on 6heads – the thesis writing process left little time for anything else. Now that it’s all handed in, I thought […]