A phenomenally busy week, including a session with Singapore’s Economic Development Board on Monday, a highly successful joint SustainAbility-Volans evening event at The Hub (one of our Trailblazer organisations) on Wednesday, a brown-bag lunch with Monica Araya of Climate Change Capital and members of the Volans SustainAbility teams, a filming session for a client on Wednesday, a meeting of the Trustees of the Environment Foundation (another Trailblazer) at 2BP on Thursday – developing the theme of democracy and sustainability, and a visit from The United Bank of Carbon, who asked me what Volans was about? One phrase I dredged up from previous days was that we aim to be grit in other people’s oysters. And sometimes the grit lands in our oyster, as it did this week – spurring an extraordinary bout of creative thinking, which has produced a new book idea, a theme for a research programme and a bunch of other things.
Grit in our oyster
|@Whereismyiphone today. Having driven 40 minutes either way to where I thought it was, later in day directed to within feet of phone.Used|
|twitter.com/followbarnaby/…Thank you. Published 27 years ago, giving my take on that extraordinary year, 1989. It seems a lifetime ago!|