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An Economy of Place – Part 4

An Economy of Place – Part 4

We are in a time of breakdowns and breakthroughs. The experience of the global covid19 pandemic has cast a bright light on the frailty in our global economies, has highlighted our inability to adjust to complexity, uncertainty and volatility, and accelerated the conversation about what needs to...

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An Economy of Place – part 3

An Economy of Place – part 3

We are in a time of breakdowns and breakthroughs. The experience of the global covid19 pandemic has cast a bright light on the frailty in our global economies, has highlighted our inability to adjust to complexity, uncertainty and volatility, and accelerated the conversation about what needs to...

read more
An Economy of Place – Part 1

An Economy of Place – Part 1

We are in a time of breakdowns and breakthroughs. The experience of the global covid19 pandemic has cast a bright light on the frailty in our global economies, has highlighted our inability to adjust to complexity, uncertainty and volatility, and accelerated the conversation about what needs to...

read more
The Barcombe Doughnut – a snapshot

The Barcombe Doughnut – a snapshot

On Saturday 7th March we were invited to Barcombe Eco Fair to take a snapshot of the community's response to the Doughnut.  Barocmbe is a small village just north of Lewes in East Sussex, with a population of just over 750 according to the 2011 census. Barcombe itself is the older of three...

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A Regenerative Bioregional Identity for Sussex

A Regenerative Bioregional Identity for Sussex

When Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex said before he left the UK that the UK is his home and a place that he loves, it got me thinking again about place. What is a place? A place we call home?  The UK is made of many regions that are busy and diverse, our culture is reflected in the ethnic diversity...

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What is a Bioregion?

What is a Bioregion?

A good definition is provided by the World Resources Institute: “A bioregion is a land and water territory whose limits are defined not by political boundaries, but by the geographical limits of human communities and ecological systems. Such an area must be large enough to maintain the integrity...

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An Economy of Place – part 3

An Economy of Place – part 3

We are in a time of breakdowns and breakthroughs. The experience of the global covid19 pandemic has cast a bright light on the frailty in our global economies, has highlighted our inability to adjust to complexity, uncertainty and volatility, and accelerated the conversation about what needs to...

read more
A Regenerative Bioregional Identity for Sussex

A Regenerative Bioregional Identity for Sussex

When Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex said before he left the UK that the UK is his home and a place that he loves, it got me thinking again about place. What is a place? A place we call home?  The UK is made of many regions that are busy and diverse, our culture is reflected in the ethnic diversity...

read more
What is a Bioregion?

What is a Bioregion?

A good definition is provided by the World Resources Institute: “A bioregion is a land and water territory whose limits are defined not by political boundaries, but by the geographical limits of human communities and ecological systems. Such an area must be large enough to maintain the integrity...

read more

An Economy of Place – Part 5

A tried and tested systemic procss with 3.8 billion years of practice If you would like to start at the beginning of the series, An Economy of Place Part I starts here. In part 4 of this series, we shed some light on how the way in which we think — our paradigm of...

An Economy of Place – Part 4

We are in a time of breakdowns and breakthroughs. The experience of the global covid19 pandemic has cast a bright light on the frailty in our global economies, has highlighted our inability to adjust to complexity, uncertainty and volatility, and accelerated the...

An Economy of Place – part 3

We are in a time of breakdowns and breakthroughs. The experience of the global covid19 pandemic has cast a bright light on the frailty in our global economies, has highlighted our inability to adjust to complexity, uncertainty and volatility, and accelerated the...

The Barcombe Doughnut – a snapshot

On Saturday 7th March we were invited to Barcombe Eco Fair to take a snapshot of the community's response to the Doughnut.  Barocmbe is a small village just north of Lewes in East Sussex, with a population of just over 750 according to the 2011 census. Barcombe itself...

A Regenerative Bioregional Identity for Sussex

When Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex said before he left the UK that the UK is his home and a place that he loves, it got me thinking again about place. What is a place? A place we call home?  The UK is made of many regions that are busy and diverse, our culture is...

Breaking down the Story of Separation with Communities of Conversation

Can we tackle global challenges such as climate change, biodiversity loss, or inequality without breaking down the story of separation? Is creating communities of conversation a starting point? There is a growing awareness that humankind is facing unprecedented...

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