The Doughnut Economics Workshop

The Doughnut Economics Workshop

The Doughnut Economics Workshop: a powerful reminder that people care about the future of the planet. A few weeks ago, Ali Fisher (Plans With Purpose) and I welcomed four incredible businesses that wanted to commit to a full day of analysing their organisation through...
Inclusivity in Outdoor Spaces

Inclusivity in Outdoor Spaces

Inclusivity in Outdoor Spaces The Great Outdoors makes us think of fresh air, sprawling countryside, and unbridled freedom. It’s associated with escapism and grounding – a way for us to reconnect with nature and ourselves at any time, no matter what. Nature...
What constitutes an unethical business?

What constitutes an unethical business?

What constitutes an unethical business?  I talk about the qualities and credentials of ethical businesses every day. But recently, I’ve had a lot of conversations about what constitutes an unethical business and the grey areas we need to navigate.  Many of these...
Biomimicry: natural inspiration for human challenges

Biomimicry: natural inspiration for human challenges

Biomimicry: natural inspiration for human challenges First of all…what is biomimicry?                                                                           The literal definition is ‘imitation of the living’. Biomimicry is a game-changing approach to...
Progress over Perfection in Sustainability

Progress over Perfection in Sustainability

Progress over Perfection in Sustainability I recently had the pleasure of speaking at Karren Brady’s Women in Business & Tech Expo on the importance of progress over perfection in sustainability. Thanks to Steven Bartlett for warming up the crowd for us 😊. It was...
Sustainability: Embracing Progress Over Perfection

Sustainability: Embracing Progress Over Perfection

Sustainability: Embracing Progress Over Perfection One of the biggest threats to sustainability is the impossible ideal of perfection. It’s fuelling judgment and a level of scrutiny that just isn’t productive. And it needs to stop. I’m sure you’ve noticed it, too. On...