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Mukti Mitchell awarded “Environmental Champion”

• November 30, 2016 • Comments (0)
Mukti Mitchell awarded "Environmental Champion"

Mukti Mitchell, author of The Guide to Low Carbon Lifestyles, who famously sailed an eco micro yacht around Britain in 2007, was announced  ‘Environmental Champion 2016’ at last week’s DEBI Awards (Devon Environmental Business Initiative). Mukti – whose life mission is to avert climate change – was awarded for his personal commitment to an exemplary low […]

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“Kung Fu” adventure tale teaches kids respect for Nature

• November 8, 2016 • Comments (0)
“Kung Fu” adventure tale teaches kids respect for Nature

A fun new illustrated “Kung Fu” adventure tale to encourage children to respect Nature and have fun with her gifts.

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TOP TEN BENEFITS OF SKILFUL DIALOGUE

• October 22, 2016 • Comments (0)
TOP TEN BENEFITS OF SKILFUL DIALOGUE

On the eve of her innovative two-day holistic leadership programme at St Ethelburga’s Centre in the City of London on 9/10 November – entitled “Leading Systemic Dialogue: Unlocking Collective Intelligence” – renowned chartered psychologist and dialogue coach Sarah Rozenthuler shares the benefits of open and honest conversations for leaders, teams and organisations   Builds trust. […]

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Talking for Change

• September 30, 2016 • Comments (0)
Talking for Change

On the eve of her Life Changing Conversations workshop at Alternatives this Sunday, author Sarah Rozenthuler explains how having a conversation can open a door to a whole new chapter Have you ever thought about how something as simple as a conversation could be an opening in your life? I’ve seen it time and time […]

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Mukti Mitchell’s 10 Top Tips for Smart Living

• June 9, 2016 • Comments (0)
Mukti Mitchell's 10 Top Tips for Smart Living

“SMART Choices save you time and money, bring you peace of mind, improve your wellbeing, serve your long term happiness, and come back to hug you!” With Big Green Week in Bristol set to bring an exciting programme of ‘Smart Living’ events (11-19 June) demonstrating how our best lifestyle choices combine optimising our personal needs with being ‘Green’ – Mukti Mitchell, author of The […]

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Is Smart the new Green?

• June 7, 2016 • Comments (0)
Is Smart the new Green?

A new generation of eco entrepreneurs introduce ‘Smart Living’ at Big Green Week                   Gathering to promote dynamic action for social and environmental change at Big Green Week in Bristol next week, 11th-19th June – a new generation of entrepreneurs like Mukti Mitchell, Darren Hall and Ross Porter, will be showcasing an […]

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Music – a force for change

• June 7, 2016 • Comments (0)
Music - a force for change

Resurgence & Ecologist joins Neil Young’s UK tour and environmental quest Resurgence & Ecologist magazine are to join veteran rock musician and “troubadour of new consciousness” Neil Young, on his tour of Britain and Ireland, to help spread his environmental message. The tour, which starts today, Tuesday 7th June, is accompanied by a Global Village […]

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Reduce Your Carbon Footprint in 2016

• January 6, 2016 • Comments (0)
Reduce Your Carbon Footprint in 2016

Not only is it good for the planet but it also makes you feel better! You may have made your New Year Resolutions for 2016, but have you set intentions for reducing your carbon footprint this year? With the Climate Change Conference in Paris last month highlighting the urgent need for the world’s nations to reduce […]

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Festival of Wellbeing calls for shift in consciousness

• September 14, 2015 • Comments (0)
Festival of Wellbeing calls for shift in consciousness

Hosted by Resurgence & Ecologist magazine, the fourth Resurgence Festival of Wellbeing returns to London’s Bishopsgate Institute on Saturday 10th October, calling for a shift in focus from economic growth to growth in wellbeing. A follow up workshop organised by Network of Wellbeing follows on Sunday 11th October at Friends of the Earth in Clapham, […]

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WOMAD IN THE MUD!

• August 4, 2015 • Comments (0)
WOMAD IN THE MUD!

The legendary world music spectacular burnt its usual bright flame, hosting over 120 performers from 53 countries and welcoming 35,000 festival punters to the rain drenched Charlton Park site in Wiltshire over four days, where 161 performances rolled on amidst the muddy mayhem!

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