Delighted to see Green Swans out in Korean, with an interview published there this week, for those who read Korean.
Otherwise, life spins along. Did a panel session for the Edison Electric Institute in the USA yesterday, with Angela Wilkinson (Secretary General of the World Energy Council) and Jamie Arbib (founder, RethinkX).
Among other things have a memorial service for Mike Cooper this morning, a former submariner and maritime lawyer who was a long-time friend through our children, followed by a 3-hour meeting of the WWF Council of Ambassadors in Hanover Square and then dinner at the Conduit with Ipshita Mandal-Johnson, CEO of the Global Bio Fund.
Meanwhile, Volans is continuing to attract a good deal of interest – and our small team is growing. We are putting the whole team through John Fullerton’s Regenerative Economics course at the moment, where I’m on the faculty – and more or less all heading off to Mallorca early in May to spend several days with Daniel Christian Wahl.
And I continue to crank along with the interviews of Regenerators for the Green Swans Observatory. Among my favourite recent interviews is the one I did with Dr Christian Busch, author of The Serendipity Mindset and Connecting The Dots. When I get to 20-21, am planning to pull together an overview.
In other news, I have finished a late draft of the new book, and am now looking for a suitable literary agent. A strange feeling coming out the other side of the project, which has a much stronger autobiographical flavour than anything I have done to date. At times it feels a bit like Wile E. Coyote zooming off the cliff edge.