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News & blogs: Schumacher College
The RSA honours the work of the college and its founder for their progressive approach to new economic and ecological education.
Throughout the summer, we will be fast-tracking applications for our BSc Regenerative Food and Farming at Schumacher College.
Stephan Harding believes it is only by exploring both the physical and the symbolic properties of water that we can fully appreciate its wholeness.
Accounts from Living Waters workshops – a series of co-operative inquiries with rivers worldwide.
Dr Sarah Elisa Kelly, tutor on our short course Unravelling Time, writes on eco-perspectives and how the socities we live in can shape our own relationship with time.
In this public webinar Ruth Potts and Jay Tompt, our resident economists and postgraduate lectuers, offer some introductory reflections on the alternatives out there to current mainstream economics.
In this blog post Dr Stephan Harding reflects creatively on the vicissitudes of life and our place in the world following a chance encounter with a bullfinch.It’s mid-March, and the snow falls thick and fast, most unusually for early spring in the south west of...
Our Head of Regenerative Economics, Ruth Potts, reflects on the continuing relevance of E. F. Schumacher’s influential book, Small is Beautiful 50 years after publication.
Current student Mark Sim blogs on a recent international meeting of minds combining our Regenerative Economics Master’s with Human-Scale Development and Ecological Economics intiatives in Chile.