Have been working flat out to prepare presentations (both subjects to NDAs) for Novartis (in Basel) and Nissan (in London) this week, plus preparing for Aviva meeting tomorrow and Social Stock Exchange Board session on Friday.
But thrilled to be still receiving glowing feedback from those who came to our ‘Reimagining Carbon’ Carbon Productivity Basecamp at the Royal Society of Arts on Wednesday 14 June.
We caught the wave. The opening session with Paul Hawken (on Project Drawdown) and Erin Meezan (on Interface’s ‘Climate Take Back‘ campaign) went down a storm. Will fill in details when the photographs are available. The main session were also filmed by Atlas of the Future, so we will have excellent content for the new website planned for a few weeks from now.
Great dinner the night before at the Impact Hub in King’s Cross.
Now preparing for the next Basecamp, this time on money, data and trust, hosted by UBS on 7 July. Richard Roberts is leading that one – and came across to Barnes on Friday, where I was working, to discuss.
Part of the reason I was at home that day was to prepare the way for the men who were meant to be arriving this morning to sand off the American oak floor downstairs that two of laid 40 years ago. But, in keeping with the endless saga that has run like the old Flanders & Swann song, ‘The Gasman Cometh‘, the sandmen’s arrival has been postponed to Wednesday – when, if all otherwise goes well, I will be in Basel.