Sunday 16th November 2014, Maldives: Delegates at the fifth SLOW LIFE Symposium, hosted at Soneva Fushi today pledged their immediate and continued support to secure the future of sustainable fishing in the Maldives. Responding to a direct request from the Maldivian Minister for Fisheries, Mohamed Shainee, to make the country’s existing sustainable fishing practices viable long-term, delegates ... more
Thursday 13th November, 2014. World-leading financiers, scientists, philanthropists and business leaders will come together at this year’s SLOW LIFE Symposium to explore new models of capital investment that have the potential to benefit people, environment and the economy.
This year, the annual gathering takes place at Soneva Fushi. Taking the planetary boundaries concept as ... more
23rd September, 2014. It has been announced that the 2014 SLOW LIFE Symposium at Soneva Fushi will focus on the concept of Planetary Boundaries (as pioneered by the Stockholm Resilience Centre), exploring how we can accelerate and scale initiatives like “Natural Capital” and “Social Capital” to shape the ground rules for tomorrow’s capitalism.
Johan ... more
The 4th SLOW LIFE Symposium at Soneva Kiri, Thailand, has ended with pledges to collaborate on some of the most pressing environmental challenges of our time.
Event chair Jonathan Porritt summed up why this three day SLOW LIFE Foundation event worked so well. “We brought a group of people together who are primarily solution-makers, ... more
On the second day of the SLOW LIFE Symposium at Soneva Kiri, Thailand, the theme was “Innovating Within Natural Limits.” A group of around 30 visionary thinkers from diverse areas of expertise engaged in detailed debates on topics including natural resource capital, the role of corporations and marine conservation.
Host Sonu Shivdasani reminded participants ... more
The first day of the 4th SLOW LIFE Symposium at Soneva Kiri, Thailand, has seen plenty of constructive discussion, some challenging ideas and even a few heated moments.
Under the theme of “Innovation through Collaboration,” an eclectic group of around 30 of visionary thinkers from the worlds of business, science, Hollywood, travel media and ... more
The 4th SLOW LIFE Symposium, held at Soneva Kiri in Thailand from 7-10 November, will soon be underway, and host Sonu Shivdasani has high expectations.
“I look forward to three days of serious and yet interesting discussions and interactions, after which we will leave here with renewed energy and enthusiasm to change the world,” said ... more
The 2013 SLOW LIFE Symposium will catalyse new partnerships to tackle the most
pressing environmental problems of our time. Around 30 Internationally successful
visionaries – an eclectic mix of business leaders, investors, scientists, Hollywood,
senior travel media and environmentalists will engage in three days of informed
debates, collaborative workshops, culminating with an ‘Innovation Bazaar’ in ... more
The 2013 SLOW LIFE Symposium at Soneva Kiri is set once again to provide an inspiring environment for collaboration with some of the most influential minds in sustainability unveiled as members of the distinguished speaker panel for the fourth global SLOW LIFE Foundation event.
An impressive group of 30 eminent representatives from the global world ... more