Rajni Bakshi, the Indian journalist and champion of Gandhian values and a long-standing friend, has been recording a series of conversations on non-violence. Here is the one she did with me earlier this month. Took me some places I don’t usually – or at least often – go in interviews.
Nicola (Godden) came to a moderately socially distanced lunch today – and to hand over two more Green Swans, more or less fresh from the foundry. Now to attach the name tags and send. Before they winged their way, though, I thought it worth taking a photo or two of the quartet.
The link to this Good Future podcast came through yesterday. I recorded it with John Treadgold in Australia on 9 June – and am very happy with the way it turned out. John asked some excellent provocative questions. A good distillation of what’s currently in my brain.
Sustainable Brands have reviewed the book in Japanese, just in case you read Japanese. We are also now negotiating foreign rights in countries like Brazil, Italy, Japan, Portugal, Romania and South Korea.
Today, Green Swan Day 2020, further builds the momentum around regenerative capitalism, with the announcement of a new partnership between our rapidly evolving Green Swans Observatory and Shizenkan University’s Centre for Sustainability & Innovation, in Tokyo. More details here. And more on the first Green Swan Day, on 23 June 2019, can be found here.
And here’s a working paper we have just launched, based on our recent Green Swans webinar with Shizenkan.
We have also announced the beginning of a new project with the Scottish Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA), focusing on the regeneration of the Leven river valley in Scotland. A Medium piece on the project by our colleague Richard Roberts also appeared today.