We help organisations of all kinds be (even more of) a force for good
Osbert has been a sustainability consultant, facilitator and educator since 2008, building on ten years experience at the Centre for Human Ecology. He led the development of Edinburgh University's MSc in Global Challenges, and has served on the grants panel of the Scottish Government's Climate Challenge Fund and WWF Scotland's advisory council. Osbert is also a director of Natural Change.
Pamela has been working to promote sustainable society actively since returning to a cherished ambition after a long career in the commercial world in 2007. She now works with community, public sector, and commercial organisations to bring about change using values based methods. Pam is founder of The Surefoot Effect.
Penny supports organisations to contribute to global sustainable development and a wellbeing economy. After working for a development NGO in the Namibian desert, Penny held a range of roles within the Scottish Government, heading up their international and domestic climate funds, and developing low carbon behaviour change policy.
Richard works with individuals and organisations to identify systemic intervention strategies and action for human and environmental flourishing within organisations and across the supply chain. Following 22 years of experience drawn from international operational roles in the British Army and PepsiCo, his work draws on relational practice, deep democracy and the work that reconnects.
Ruby is an events specialist with over seventeen years of experience in managing conferences and events. Working with directors and decision-makers, she and her team organise events across the public, private and not-for-profit sectors – at venues including the House of Commons, Wimbledon and Edinburgh Castle. She is founder and director of The Events Hub.
Duncan helps change-makers gain insight by weaving action-based learning, research programs, and thoughtful insights into practical training and considered support. He has spent decades working to encourage a more socially just and resilient Scotland, through founding notable organisations like Emmaus Glasgow. More at duncanwallace.org.uk
Lexi is our wellbeing coordinator. She encourages and supports regular outdoor activity while providing a calming influence in the workplace. Lexi is an expert in high speed running, squirrel management and olfactory social media.
Some of our clients
Centre for Hydrology & Ecology
Church of Scotland
City of Edinburgh Council
Development Trusts Association Scotland
East Ayrshire Council
Environmental Association for Universities & Colleges
Energy Savings Trust
Ecosystem Services Community Scotland
Falkland Centre for Stewardship
Glasgow School of Art
Judy Murray Foundation
Keep Scotland Beautiful
Kilmarnock Station Railway Heritage Trust
Local Energy Scotland
Methilhill Community Children's Initiative
Neilston Development Trust
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
One World Centre, Dundee
Perth & Kinross Council
Perth & Kinross Countryside Trust
Pilton Youth and Community Project
Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations
Scottish Environment Protection Agency
Scottish Funding Council
University of Edinburgh
University of the Highlands and Islands
University of Lancaster
Wellbeing Economy Alliance (Scotland)
We offer no silver bullet and we don't try to apply a generic model to every project. Our work is bespoke for each client, and is often a seamless blend of any of the following: consultancy, advice, facilitation, coaching, mentoring, training, review, evaluation, project management and implementation.
The heart of our approach rests on:
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