by Alan Moore on 2nd July 2019
Living Beautifully by beautiful.business is a regular newsletter to share and inspire a different way of looking at the world: we have all had enough of ugly. As I have travelled over these past few months I become increasingly convinced of the universal nature of beauty. Applied to leadership and legacy we need leaders who can see an alternative to how we live now. Leaders with a point of view that is unapologetic, who only want to build businesses that are regenerative offering an optimistic future. You are, we all are – the humus to building a better world. Newsletter No. 18.
A film, shot in Iceland, about the processes by which mountains are created. It is based upon the work of British geographer, Sir L. Dudley Stamp.
Moving, poetic, breathtaking.
Janet Laurence is an artist. Her conversation is about climate change, environmental destruction, humanity’s failure to adequately reassess its relationship with nature. Laurence is interested in our ability to do away with the artificial separation between humanity and the rest of the living earth.
Natsai Audrey Chieza — is Founder and Director of Faber Futures, a London-based biodesign agency.
We look at the rapid rise of zero waste packaging.
Why one company decided to only make with sustainable materials.
A trip on the Island of Harris exploring the amazing makers of that wonderful Ilse.
The link between recovery from surgery and the natural environment.
Celebrating women in architecture.
What should cities be like in 2050. And, will we get there?
What do you do when terrible things happen? A story about a leader that spoke to a nation and moved the world.
How do you keep a family company running successfully since 1927 and still be the best in the world?
A film about how to find contentment.
The mystery of beauty in harmony in a zen garden.
An exploration of the outposts set along the edges of civilisation and the impact that visiting these has on the human spirit.
A good friend, said, “you must read this book”. The Courage to Create is a slim volume of essays by Rollo May published during the 50s and 60s.
What does it mean to live and die in beauty?
What is the best technology for fighting climate change?
The Bank of England gets serious about climate change and business.
We should all look up a little more often. Show people “the wow” they will know what to do next. A film.
Why is the need for beauty so deeply programmed into us? We explore via the notorious 93 in Paris to Salford in the 80’s to a shingle beach on Dungeness.