“To participate in intentional communities that are actively living the questions together is a powerful learning accelerator.
“While I lived in the Findhorn Foundation ecovillage, I had the privilege to co-direct Findhorn College and set up the world’s first ‘MSc in Sustainable Community Design’ in collaboration with Heriot Watt University.
“Community design cannot be left to professional architects, engineers and planning officials alone but, once trained in whole-systems design, these professionals can become powerful change agents. Regenerative and sustainable communities emerge from the active participation of all (or most) of their members. Therefore, widespread education in community design and processes that stimulate civic engagement and community participation are essential.”
Read the full story by Daniel Wahl, Findhorn Fellow and specialist in whole systems design and transformative innovation for regenerative cultures….