How can we create a world where humankind, the natural world and love form a holy trinity? The question hung in the air as the New Story Summit, a week-long gathering at the Findhorn Foundation in Scotland, unfolded.

Beneath it simmered others: would it be possible to create a space for cross-pollination, learning and listening, to spark ideas and initiatives in the spheres of ecology, social justice, economics, law, media and education and then take effective action and embed them in communities around the world?

Such was the challenge facing both the organisers and the 335 participants, who ...


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