This policy paper was written after several exploratory research workshops that comprised activists, artists and people from different disciplines. It was an act of faith – clear outcomes were not predictable, but wider connections do produce the rewards of new thinking and joined-up strategies.
Collaboration in new ways and networking intelligence are going to be crucial in any transformation towards local and global sustainability. This will not happen without a lot of love and good will, which is why we link understanding of the advantages of transdisciplinary systems thinking to an awareness of the need for more soul connections among people.
We will be organising discussion events around this work early in 2016 and the the document will be launched at the World Soil Day on Saturday 5th December: see link.