Niamh James

Young Leaders’ Climate Action Manifesto

The Young Leaders’ Climate Action Manifesto is the output of OnePlanet’s ‘Unite for UK Climate Action’ Campaign. The aim of the campaign was to bring together a group of ‘Young Leaders’ to create a systems-map of UK climate policy using the OnePlanet platform. This systems-map provides a national picture and helps to identify best practice,...

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Pooran Desai
Social inclusion - One Planet Living - oneplanet.com

Why we need you now: Systems thinking and lessons from neuroscience

In a blog I posted back in January 2020 entitled New Reality, New Thinking, New Tools where I wrote about how understanding interconnectedness is at the heart of the new thinking we need to tackle the complex, interconnected problems we face today. I have worked in sustainability for over thirty years as a social entrepreneur and consultant as...

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Niamh James
OnePlanet.com - drought

Connect the dots to build resilience – Part 2: Water

By Ben Gill In this second part of our ‘connecting the dots’ blog series, we explore why water shortages are something we should be preparing for. After one of the warmest European winters on record, coming on the back of the driest summer for 300 years, the switch to the El Nino weather system is...

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Niamh James
Floods - OnePlanet.com

Connect the dots to build resilience – Part 1

By Pooran Desai  In this short series of blogs, we will explore how ‘connecting the dots’ is core to building health and resilience at all levels.    Climate change, adaptation and resilience Climate change is accelerating. It is urgent for resilience to lie at the heart of our strategies. This will help us survive and...

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Ben Gill
Teulo Talks: Interview with Pooran Desai

Think Connected!

Ben Preston, of Teulo Talks, interviews Pooran Desai - 24th July, 2020.

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Ben Gill
Charlie and Pooran Talk Sustainability

Charlie and Pooran Talk Sustainability – Episode 2

In Episode 2 of Charlie and Pooran talk sustinability, Miyawaki forests, rethinking our relationship with nature, and clothes are all discussed.

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