Sustainable Community Workshops


Date: May 25 2005
Venue: Airfield Trust

Feasta is one of the groups that presented a workshop in Airfield’s education series on community which started with a screening of the ‘End of Suburbia’. FEASTA’s workshop took place on May 25th and focused on Local Food Communities. See below for details.

Sustainable Community Workshops
Airfield Trust Spring Community Series
Venue The Library @ Airfield House

The End of Suburbia
Film Screening hosted by Cultivate Sustainable Living Centre
Date: Wednesday Feb. 23rd 2005 Time 8 pm, Ticket €5
Suburbia, and all it promises, has become the American Dream and the standard development …

FEASTA course in Belfast

Hosted at the Gibson Institute for Land, Food and Environment, School of Biological Sciences, Queen’s University Belfast

This was a course designed to explore the root causes of unsustainability: how our society and economy fails to think about and plan for its own long-term health and survival. The course fostered joined-up thinking in considering how to tackle the problems and frame potential solutions.

For instance, what is the link between global climate change, genetically modified foods and rising fuel prices?

The 10 sessions used Feasta’s ‘Community Learning Toolkit’, a CD ROM containing readings, videos and audio recordings that enable a …

Community Learning Toolkit

Feasta’s learning ‘toolkit’, an exploration into the root causes of unsustainability and potential solutions, was presented in a 10 week course starting in the Cultivate Centre on Tuesday the 22nd of February. Richard Douthwaite wrote the study guide for the resource which was designed to focus the learners’ thoughts and Cultivate’s Davie Philip facilitated the 10 evenings.

FEASTA’s ‘toolkit’ is being used by other local groups and circles of friends around the country. The ‘toolkit’ contains books, readings, videos and audio recordings designed to provide the materials to enable a group of learners to explore the issues further. If you …