Exploring the role of relationships, trust and mutualistic approaches to change.
The Relational Field
I remember the feeling as the humid air hit me as I stepped off the plane in Kota Kinabalu, and the rush of excitment as I knew this was the start of a new adventure that I had no idea where it would take me. This new chapter started 15
This post aims to capture some insights and resources which inform how we might approach change work differently than more linear 'cause and effect' planning-based efforts which have dominated the landscape of change work in the last 50 years or so.
How can we address the biodiversity crisis, the climate crisis, whilst also improving human & more-than-human wellbeing?
This is a fieldnote which attempts to articulate four ingredients which are mixing around in my head, all converging to inform the development of a platform to support environmental conservation groups.
Musings on the importance of the quality of relationships in the context of social labs and social innovation programs TLDR; * Building community is an end in itself, and one of the best factors to increase the health and resilience of systems. * Building relationships shouldn't be left to 'happen along the