I participated in Climathon last year and today I’m working on the venture that was born during the event to tackle London’s air pollution issue. So if you want to […]
When we start something new, when we’re looking for solutions or are making an important decision we often look for sources of inspiration and perspective within our companies or sectors. […]
Last Wednesday we headed over to IDEO for a circular design workshop with IDEO. A huge thank you to 6Heads’ Carolyn Wensley for organising the evening, IDEO and Chris Grantham […]
If, like me, you aren’t the most organised of people, right about now your Christmas panic should be settling in. (So last minute that, as you probably guessed, this blog […]
Edible Garden Talk @: 3.50 – 4.40, Sunday 31 July, Cecil House, 2 Regents Park Road, NW1 7AY Full days timetable available here Last Autumn at 6-heads we looked permaculture […]
Guest blog by professor Steven Loiselle, Research Manager, Global Freshwater Research, Earthwatch
Dwindling water supplies and decreasing water quality are among the most significant issues facing society. World leaders’ pledges for achieving Sustainable Development Goal 6 (SDG) ‘Ensuring availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all’ will be one of the most significant and decisive for society today and the next century. Every other SDG relating to health, food security, climate change, resiliency to disasters and ecosystems hinges on the availability of water.
Biomod London Workshop – Summer 2015 Ever wondered what would happen if we created a computer with a living eco-system inside it??! This question led to the start of Biomodd […]