Our friend Debbie Warrener is an experienced leadership trainer and coach who runs retreats and workshops internationally to help those acting for change in the world increase their leadership and […]
This article is a collection of thoughts from many of the participants of Monday evening Crowd Forum. We are ‘learning our way’ into a better future and would be grateful […]
As we’re looking to organise the calendar of events in 2017, Earth Hour in March is definitely on the agenda. WWF have launched an exciting Earth Hour competition ahead of […]
Thoughts from the wonderful Giles Hutchins – Albert Einstein threw down the gauntlet for our human evolution when he said, “A human being is a part of the whole, called […]
Share your passion for sustainability, learn from progressive business and explore cutting edge techniques this July at the Centre for Industrial Sustainability 5th annual conference, in Cambridge. They are having […]
Carolyn Wensley, 6heads member, graduated from the Cambridge University Masters in Sustainability Leadership. She is now looking for people who could be Supervisors for other students on the course. She writes below: […]
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.