This postgraduate programme in Ecological Design Thinking will help to create a global network of design educators and practitioners able to respond to pressing economic, social and ecological challenges. It will enable students to play an active and transformative role in communities as we meet the challenge of transitioning to low carbon, high well-being and resilient places and systems. Never has there been a more important time for a new approach to design.
Schumacher College is the first in the world to offer a postgraduate programme in Ecological Food Systems, developed in collaboration with Plymouth University, The Organic Research Centre (ORC), The Campaign for Real Farming and the Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT).
Join the leaders and change agents at the forefront of new thinking in resilient and healthy food systems.
There is an urgent need for a radical rethink of our economic system. We need new thinking and new models that recognise the challenges we face now, rather than blindly following the path that has led us into the converging crises we now face.
Nos vemos en unos días.Que alegría teneros aquí. Para que disfrutemos todas: cositas que saber, y que traer. Y alguna que NO traer...
Como todos los años os pedimos que traigáis vuestro servicio de comidas: platos, cubiertos, vasos.
Las personas del Sur, no olvidéis que venís al norte, y por la noche refresca: algo de ropa de abrigo! Sacos de dormir , claro.
Linternas no estarán de más, sobre todo las personas en acampada!
We are the 280 participants of the Global Ecovillage Network GEN+20 Summit.
From 5 continents and 50 countries, we are all engaged in building ecovillages: resilient communities that are models for sustainability and autonomy throughout the world.
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The Global Ecovillage Network is a registered charity: SC043796 and has consultative status in the UN – ECOSOC.