A fast-paced, passionate and engaging TED talk by Guy Dauncey. He and his wife Carolyn Herriot are Findhorn Foundation Fellows living in British Columbia, Canada where both are exploring the personal and global aspects of a sustainable world. Guy's brilliant TED talk in Vancouver in 2009 covers many aspects of the new story from organic gardening and appropriate technology to global governance and universal spirituality. His outlook is positive, audacious and courts the miraculous. Hope you … Watch video
These are some posts which have been particularly popular or which relate particularly to the themes of the New Story Summit.
In the lead up to the New Story Summit, Geoff Dalglish brings us this article featuring Satish Kumar and Polly Higgins, both of whom will be participating in the Summit at Findhorn 27 September to 3 October 2014. Continue reading
In this one-minute video, Fiona Bywaters, Coordinator of the Global Policy Action Plan (GPACT) at the World Future Council, talks about the past, present and future development of GPACT. Together with Jakob von Uexkull, Fiona works to advance GPACT, especially in UN and EU policy development circles. GPACT calls for the implementation of laws at every level that will create a more sustainable world. It has been endorsed by the Findhorn Foundation and its worldwide network of Fellows. Download … Watch video
Paul Allen, who will be participating in Findhorn's New Story Summit 27 September - 3 October 2014, shares his vision of a new story for humanity in this excerpt from a short talk he will be giving at the event. Paul is a member of the famous Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT) and is a leader in the ground-breaking Zero Carbon Britain research programme. Continue reading
Beautiful! The people of Meghalaya had to resort to using living trees because it is so wet - dead wood rots too quickly. In fact, Meghalaya is the wettest place on earth. via The Atlantic Continue reading