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Breaching the 1°C barrier: climate science in the news

Earlier this month the Met Office announced that their data for 2015 so far shows that, for the first time, global mean temperature at the Earth’s surface is set to reach 1°C above pre-industrial levels (1850-1900). 676 more words


6Heads' Christmas Party at Fairly Square... join us for Christmas as Unusual

This year has absolutely flown by and we can’t believe it is nearly time for far too many mince pies once more.

We would love  to celebrate Christmas with you so please come join us for a festive fairtrade drink at our party at Fairly Square on Wednesday 16th December. 199 more words

Communicating Sustainability

Invitation to Interface Exhibition by Michael Pawlyn. Exploration Architecture: Designing with Nature

We just heard about this incredible exhibition of architecture by Interface and we couldn’t have the 6heads community miss out! It’s short notice but on Monday the 9th of November we would love you and any inspired friends to join us for a tour around Interface’s latest exhibition curated my Michael Pawlyn. 99 more words


Climate change, or climate changes?

Guest blog by friend to 6Heads Steph Godderidge

What does climate change mean to different people in different places around the world? What is our ‘climate story’? 734 more words

Communicating Sustainability

Pronoia is everywhere. Thank you for a magical evening last night.

Thank you, thank you, thank you to all our wonderful pronoia adventurers last night. It was truly magical.

For those of you who couldn’t join us – we missed you. 450 more words


Returning to the Sea - Guest blog by Celia Gregory - founder of The Marine Foundation

Today’s post is a guest blog by my mermaid sister Celia Gregory. She is the founder of The Marine Foundation who I have been working with on their creative Living Sculptures in the Seas programme. 819 more words

Radical Innovation

Ever wondered what would happen if we created a computer with a living eco-system inside it?

Biomod London Workshop – Summer 2015

Ever wondered what would happen if we created a computer with a living eco-system inside it??!

This question led to the start of Biomodd in 2007 and since this project has spread as an open source community arts project in countries all over the world. 410 more words