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What are the main areas of Sustainability you are interested in
All areas from climate change to global warming to gender relations to conflict resoultion to the legal, moral and philosophical aspects of the human condition.
You name it, if it helps improve things for the future I'm into it! :)
Please feel free to provide a short bio about yourself (no more than 3 paragraphs)
I was born in New Zealand where I grew up and studied at University. Having qualified as a lawyer I then embarked on travels around the world before settling in London where I practised as a lawyer for nearly 25 years, specialising in construction, employment and human rights law.

In my spare time I travelled widely taking workshops, seminars and giving lectures on many diverse subjects from matters of personal, planetary and global change, to children’s education, to gender relations and many other related topics. In 2008 I published my first book called: Who Owns the Future? Further details available at

In 2006 I moved to Ireland where I now live and further my work in the above areas whilst also working as an eclectic mix of writer, consultant, trainer, facilitator, farmer and mediator. You can find out more about my mediator / trainer / facilitator / consultant work at:
What is your current job (and organization) and/or where and what field are you studying?
Mediator / Writer / Consultant / Trainer
What is your personal or organizational website?
What skills training would you be interested in
Conflict Mediation, Sustainable Economics

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Where is the Rest of the Universe?

As you may or may not know 96% of the Universe is "missing". Please kindly check your cupboards to see if you are unwittingly hiding some of it. Thank you!

OK so scientists can't explain why the Universe is expanding at an accelerating rate rather than slowing down as you would expect, so they have come up with the idea of dark matter and dark energy to explain it.

There's no proof of either, but it's a nice idea and helps justify spending billions on Hadron Colliders that might… Continue

Posted on December 20, 2009 at 8:20

Copenhagen - Success or Failure?

Having been in Copenhagen for some of the COP15 process over the last two weeks and watching like everyone else the - will they, won't they - charade played out by the world's leaders one is forced to ask the question - did the Conference end in abject failure or was it in fact a success?

It is hard to see the Conference as being any kind of success, but then that depends on how we define success and what eyes we use to look at the gathering with.

Yes, of course we all… Continue

Posted on December 19, 2009 at 7:39

Are We Missing the Point Here?

OK so next week COP15 kicks off in Copenhagen and although Barack Obama is now attending the signs are that no binding agreements are going to be reached about lowering emissions. I hope I am wrong but the signs aren't looking great at the moment. So will it be another bout of rhetoric, protectionism, silo mentalities, reality denials and posturing?

Well maybe, because I am going for some of it so look out for me there! :)

See:… Continue

Posted on December 1, 2009 at 9:17 — 1 Comment

UK Plays Ostrich

In the last few weeks the UK Government has announced that it has given the green light for 10 more nuclear stations to be built to help cover energy supply over the next 30 to 50 years and help lower its CO2 emissions. Or so they say.

Well done team, you have once again shown impeccable leadership where denial of the realities is concerned.

Firstly, the building nuclear power stations doesn't lower CO2 emissions because if one looks at the the amount of CO2 emissions… Continue

Posted on November 20, 2009 at 9:02

Fast Food Ain't that Fast!

Feeling peckish? Don't fancy cooking something yourself, but rather prefer to pop out and get some fast food?

Well if so, best not go to the local fast food joint because the food they provide there just isn't that fast in all honesty.

Oh sure they may cook it up for your right there and then or maybe it's even already there for you pre-prepared for you and all you have to do is drive in, place your order, pick it up and pay for it and off you go.

Well what can be… Continue

Posted on November 10, 2009 at 7:55

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