Where drawings illustrate well what us humans should do next.
I am in a bit of a hurry tonight. I am in the Apple’s Covent Garden store in London, just 20 minutes before leaving to attend a conference at the Royal Society of Arts, called ‘Communities creating health and well-being‘.
Here is what the RSA (exact name: Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce) wrote to introduce the talk: ‘The RSA is leading the way in imagining what a ‘human welfare economy’ might look like: one in which our social and economic systems and services offer everyone a fair chance at a flourishing and fulfilling life.’
I also wanted to post something about the Paris conference on climate change that began today. I am going to use an image I have just found on the RSA website, which says more than I would do with words. Surely in the future, investments will be geared towards a more sustainable development. Many of us have already started to do that, it is now for more businesses and public bodies to follow the way.
I have two more minutes to make the link with my own activities in “Les jardins d’ici”. I am hosted in a friends’ house during my current stay in London, where I photographed today the apple tree they have just planted in their garden. As I have just said, many of us have started to act, as my friends did by planting. Please join us for a bright future.