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It is important that researchers, policy makers and sustainability advocates work towards inclusive sustainability and acknowledge that there are segments of society that are invisible despite being in plain sight.

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Bike Racks on Railton Road

Railton Road Street Furniture Co-Design

In May 2022, I had the privilege of facilitating 4 co-design sessions for street furniture on Railton and Atlantic roads in Lambeth. The project brief was simple – design and… Read…

Lambeth Council’s Kerbside Strategy Launch

On 31 January, 2023 I was invited to take part in the launch of the Lambeth’s Kerbside Strategy at Lambeth Town Hall. The Kerbside Strategy is comprised of four priorities… Read…
The Ordinary products

Not That Ordinary

The other day some colleagues and I were discussing the challenge of green washing and the difficulties consumers face when they are trying to determine if a brand is genuine… Read…

But Where Are You Really From? (A Different Perspective)

The now infamous exchange between Ngozi Fulani and Lady Hussey has elicited some interesting discussion and discourse about why pressing for information regarding one’s cultural background has uncomfortable undertones depending… Read…

Ducks in the Debris

Plastic Pollution in my Local Lake I know that plastic has been a issue for a while, but I recently saw a stark reminder of how much our disposable culture… Read…

UN Sustainable
Development Goals


'The unwritten rules of the social game'
- Hofstede et al


Global challenges requiring collective action


Central to a city's growth and economic development

“The Earth is what we all have in common.”
—Wendell Berry

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