Thinking about this stuff is a bit like dealing with anything in life that looks difficult and daunting. But build it from the ground up. Take it one step at a time. And guess what? It becomes rather simple
“The number of countries that are overconsuming resources is increasing”
“Our existing economic system uses resources to support elite consumption and corporate interests rather than to meet basic needs. That urgently needs to change.” Dr Jason Hickel
Crypto Art and personal responsibility
The acronym NFT, which stands for Non-Fungible Token, seems to have the art world buzzing at the moment. As an artist myself I have been looking into the implications of this development […]
What is in 0.2%?
“ This will cause 100,000 preventable deaths mainly among children” that was the estimate given by former Conservative Minister Andrew Mitchell as he responded to Rishi Sunak’s decision to cut the UK Government’s commitment in law to give 0.7% of our GDP in Foreign Development Aid .
Transforming People & Place: The University of the Highlands and Islands
£560million to the Highlands and Islands, Moray and Perthshire economies, 6,200 jobs supported
Looking Forward to Listening to Lesley Riddoch
“I am very much looking forward to listening to Lesley Riddoch’s talk tonight, Tuesday 1st September 2020”
Fishing Sector Urged to Complete Survey
Owners of UK registered fishing vessels are being urged to complete a survey by public body Seafish.
Transport & Transition to Net Zero
“”transport is now the highest emitting sector in Scotland, responsible for roughly 36% of greenhouse gas emissions in 2018. Emissions are largely unchanged on 1990 levels.”
Place Experience : A Future Tourism Sector Working for the Local Community
Looking forward to a sustainable and successful post Covid Tourism sector was discussed by Dr Ross Tinsley, Programme Leader for Undergraduate Tourism at Edinburgh Napier University and Dr Craig Dalzell of Common Weal.
Keeping Connected Key to Success of Orkney Auction Mart
“The support of local customers for our mart is never underestimated and has been particularly appreciated during this time.”