Nature Connection: The Rewilded Child – Reconnection with Nature, 20 -24 October

Jay Owen Sustainability News

Nature Connection This autumn we look at the benefits of consciously developing a connection to nature in different parts of our lives and society. The Rewilded Child – Reconnection with Nature, 20 -24 October With Jay Griffiths, David Bond, Chris Salisbury and Lemn Sissay How to reconnect our kids with …

Your invitation to ‘Schumacher College: A Think Tank for Hope’

Jay Owen SRI/ESG News, Global Citizen

Your invitation to ‘Schumacher College: A Think Tank for Hope’ An invitation from Satish Kumar, Founder and Visiting Fellow and Jon Rae, Head of Schumacher College We are writing to invite you to a very special event for Schumacher College in London and we very much hope that you will …

Schumacher College: In the Midst of Complexity

Jay Owen Sustainability News

In the midst of complexity Even with the most promising projects and the best of collaborative intentions, we regularly run aground because of unexpected human politics and hidden complexity, or we simply lose energy and burn out. Three courses in the Autumn term look at the root causes of why …

Postgraduate News and Schumacher Events: Sustainable Horticulture re-launch

Jay Owen Sustainability News

Postgraduate News and Schumacher Events Sustainable Horticulture re-launch We are delighted to announce the re-launch of our postgraduate programme in Sustainable Horticulture and Food Production recruiting now for January 2014. With a new format, additional partners and pioneering land-based projects for students to work on, we believe that what we are offering is …

Time to Act – May Newsletter – Schumacher College

Jay Owen Sustainability News

Time to Act – May Newsletter For 22 years Schumacher College has brought together leading thinkers from around the world to envision a better future. Courses this year begin to focus on how we can act to bring this future into reality.   We look at the importance of happiness and …

The Economics fo Happiness ON Demand!

Jay Owen Reforming Global Finance, Community Development Solutions, SRI/ESG News, Global Citizen

  May 2013 ·        The Economics of Happiness On Demand ·        ISEC’s Learning from Ladakh Program ·        Localization Course at Schumacher College ·        International Permaculture Day ·        The Economics of Happiness Conference 2013 Update ·        In the Media The Economics of Happiness On Demand ISEC is pleased to announce that The Economics of Happiness is now available On Demand for online viewing. …

A Time of Change – June 2012 Newsletter

kristy Earth Systems Science

We at Ethical Markets recommend Schumacher College and its whole-systems, hands-on approach. I have been teaching course there for many years. Hazel Henderson, Editor A Time of Change – June 2012 Newsletter “Whatever we dream we can attain. We just need to direct our energy and our actions towards creating …

Ecological Facilitation: A Gritty and Creative Approach to Leadership

kristy Global Citizen, Sustainability News

Newsletter – January 2012 Warm greetings for 2012 to all our newsletter readers. We hope this year is a rewarding and hopeful one for you. 2011 was a very busy and exciting year for the College, with the start of the new MA Economics for Transition, preparations for our new …

MSc Sustainable Horticulture and Food Production

kristy SRI/ESG News, Earth Systems Science

MSc Sustainable Horticulture and Food Production – growing low input, diverse and resilient food systems Are you ready to join the growers, leaders and change agents at the forefront of new thinking on resilient and healthy food systems of the future? Schumacher College is delighted to announce a new and …

Schumacher Centenary Festival

kristy Sustainability News

Ethical Markets Media celebrates E.F.Schumacher’s Centennial! He was a friend of our Founder and President, Hazel Henderson and wrote the Foreword to her first book, Creating Alternative Futures : The End of Economics (1978, 1996) Schumacher Centenary Festival 8-9 October, 2011 in Bristol Time for a New Direction This weekend …