Sustainability & Social Justice
We need to find new ways to live in harmony with each other and with our planet.
A Manifesto for Planet and Progeny
The world is haunted by the spectre of an 'economic man' and his form of capitalism, seen as the be all and end all of human existence, Henry Mintzberg explains more.
From Basic Income to Social Dividend
Rajesh Makwana argues that it’s time to broaden the debate on how to fund a universal basic income to protect the global commons.
International Mother Earth Day
The Abbot's Mill Project team have been working in partnership with the United Nations Association in Canterbury to celebrate International Mother Earth Day.
Conflict Transformation Through School
Jeremy Cunningham's book offers a curriculum for sustainable peace. David Towell has written this review.
People, Places, Possibilities
Written by Ralph Broad, this report describes the positive progress on Local Area Coordination in England and Wales.
Botanica Life Foundation
A new organisation that has started a project aiming to involve young people from Bulgaria in learning about sustainable agriculture.
Leading the Inclusive City
In his book Robin Hambleton argues that imaginative place-based leadership can enable citizens to shape the urban future. David Towell finds it an inspiring read.
Cities for All - Ciudades Para Todos
Ciudades Para Todos (Cities For All) is the Spanish langage version of Building A Better Future Through Civic Partnership.
Raising Our Game
Following the General Election, David Towell hosted a discussion on future promising opportunities and strategies for building more sustainable and inclusive communities.
Is Work Good?
Simon Duffy reflects on the nature of work and whether it is always a good thing.
Abbot's Mill Project
Jo Kidd describes the Abbot's Mill Project, an initiative that combines a commitment to sustainability and social justice.
The Frugal Innovator
David Towell reviews a new book exploring how frugal innovators are finding radical solutions to pressing challenges using 4 design principles: lean, simple, clean and social.