On the first day of the 2013 Symposium, Peggy Liu asked us, “Why are you not taking your initiatives to China?” To make real large-scale impact, at a faster pace than can be achieved anywhere else in the world, initiatives must be taken to and localised for China.
The cultural, language, and physical barriers to bringing worthy initiatives to China is daunting unless you work with a local partner. Because China works so differently than the West, initiatives must be adapted significantly to be effective in China. Peggy Liu has offered JUCCCE as a gateway to helping organisations represented at the SLOW LIFE Symposium understand the key decision makers, key channels, key messaging, and key attitudinal shifts that are needed to make them successful.
The Soneva Sustainability Report 2014-15 publishes the results of Soneva’s first Total Impact Assessment. [caption id="attachment_3317" align="alignleft" width="780"] Photo: Cat Vinton[/caption] In an effort to measure the total impact the company has on the natural world and on the…... more
Soneva was announced as the winner of the prestigious Word Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) Tourism for Tomorrow Award 2015 in the Environment category at the WTTC…... more
Participants at the 2014 SLOW LIFE Symposium. Successful initiatives such as WHOLE WORLD Water and Learn to Swim were born out of the SLOW LIFE Symposium. Following…... more