- Embedded emissions and the secret life of consumer values
- It’s (not just) the environment, stupid!
- Cultivating Community Action in Scotland: a Values Approach
- Leave Our Kids Alone
- Rebuilding Optimism of Will
- Money talks: the impact of economic framing on how we act and feel
- Values and the Sharing Economy
- Grassroots campaigning at MIND
- New blog: Embedded emissions and the secret life of consumer values http://t.co/VL99RbbnvR about 18 hours ago ReplyRetweetFavorite
- Why 'habitat destruction' is a frame that is destined to fail. http://t.co/3KBqXjZ9O3 about 1 day ago ReplyRetweetFavorite
- @rosaellis Depressing that there has been such a successful decoupling of different faces of poverty! about 1 day ago in reply to RosaEllis ReplyRetweetFavorite
- @rosaellis True - and also that the perpetuation of feelings of threat makes us less concerned about others about 1 day ago in reply to RosaEllis ReplyRetweetFavorite
- RT @Transform_Strat: "To build a more sustainable, equitable & democratic world we need an empowered citizens" Well said, @valuesandframes … about 6 days ago ReplyRetweetFavorite
Author Archives: Tom Crompton
Over the 18-20 March 2011, twenty-five people met on the site of Owain Glyndwr’s revolutionary Welsh parliament of 1404, in Machynlleth, mid-Wales. Our conversations focussed on the problems that we face in meeting profound environmental, humanitarian and social challenges – … Read more
On September 23 and 24, 2010, nearly two dozen activists and psychologists gathered at the offices of Friends of the Earth in Washington, D.C., to explore how to productively apply research and insights from psychology to inspire and empower real, … Read more
Here are some reflections from Shaun Chamberlin over at Dark Optimism about Common Cause. He puts his finger on one of the key challenges that this work raises – the subject of prolonged debate in the course of putting the report … Read more
Here’s a piece that reflects on some of the implications of Common Cause for the business community, published today on the Guardian Sustainable Business site.
George Monbiot writes on Common Cause in today’s Guardian.
Over the course of the last year, the Common Cause Working Group has been overseeing the production of a major new contribution to debate within the third sector. Common Cause: The Case for Working with our Cultural Values is published … Read more
Today is the International Day for Biological Diversity, so attempts are being made to drum up public concern about biodiversity loss in time-honoured fashion – by asking: “how much is it worth?” Well, the ‘The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity’ … Read more
This piece from Common Dreams provides a great and condensed overview of Lakoff’s political thought, and how it’s rooted in an understanding of neuroscience. It provides an account of why progressive political argument fails when it relies on logic and … Read more
This blog was originally posted on Identity Campaigning. There’s a whiff of social engineering to identity campaigning, says Justin Rowlatt, BBC’s ‘ethical man’ on last night’s Analysis. The piece opens with Soli from Futerra recounting her ‘magic wand’ experiment: she asked … Read more
This blog was originally posted on Identity Campaigning. Here’s Do The Green Thing’s spoof promotion for Nothing: Pretty cool, eh? Do the Green Thing say: Shopping is a buzz, an energy, but it uses energy too, all the energy needed to … Read more