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Protection of the Ecosystem is in Our Power

Water covers two-thirds of the surface of the Earth, but Fresh water is 0.002% on Earth. What will your children drink?

Our Vision

To reconnect humans to their natural environment
Through promoting education and awareness on sustainability, collaborations to restore the eco-system, delivering sustainable products and services and emotive experiences designed to create a ripple effect, change perspectives and ensure those without a voice are heard. 

We value equality of all life.

We value human kindness.

We dream big.

We plan and we act.

We find the value in what has come before and the value in innovation.

We take nothing for granted.

We take care to tackle problems at their heart.

We are in service of the world.

Be part of the conversation. Be part of the change.

Meet the Team:

Dr Heidi Kharbhih


Heidi is a passionate humanitarian and a talented statistician with an uncanny ability to get to the heart of business issues, having 25 years proven experience of designing and implementing change across manufacturing, retail, health, education and financial services. Heidi’s natural leadership style is one of authenticity, trust, empowerment and collaboration: guiding individuals to follow their passions, with supportive coaching and mentoring, encouraging diversity and providing a safe environment for others to flourish, be creative and recognise their potential.


Over the last 5 years, Heidi has been using her talents for something more meaningful than simple balance sheet returns and forecasts, spending much of her time seeking out and learning from change leaders that inspire others. Founder of Conversations for Change, Heidi presents at events and also organises conferences and runs workshops to bring new ideas to the fore and spark up authentic conversations that result in real change. There is a single aim and that is to make a difference and change the world, whether that be in health, education, politics, business, service or other industries. There are no restrictions, no barriers, no borders. Her motto is simple: be part of the conversation, be part of the change.


Heidi is also an egalitarian, working to transform traditional organisational structures to be more ethical and sustainable, changing the team dynamics towards participatory practices, self-motivation and personal accountability. Heidi is a strong advocate for long-term decisioning, advising organisations on innovation and strategy, to ensure each and every business decision considers the effects not only on the business but also consider the impact on the wider community, the environment and humanity. Heidi believes that to be truly sustainable, organisations should consider the economic and societal needs of the regions they operate in. Heidi loves to facilitate workshops for innovation, creativity, strategy, design, planning and team building utilising a combination of Sociocracy 3.0, Leadership Training, Art of Hosting and Liberating Structures techniques.


As Heidi loves to read, here are a few of her all time favourites….

„A More Beautiful World our Hearts know is Possible“, Charles Eisenstein

“The Element”, Ken Robinson

“The Intention Experiment”, Lynne McTaggart

“The China Study”, T. Colin Campbell

“Reinventing organizations”, Frederic Laloux

“Free Agent Nation”, Daniel H. Pink

“The Surprising Power of Liberating Structures”, Henri Lipmanowiski

“Crowdocracy”, Alan Watkins and Iman Stratenus


Heidi has a PhD in Mathematics and Statistical Modelling and a Masters in Mathematics (First Class Honours).

Paula Atherill


Paula has a background in data analytics and management reporting and holds two degrees. Initially working for 10 years in the financial services sector in Marketing and Risk departments Paula was a Decision Science Manager, responsible for building highly accurate decision models for credit card applications.

Paula has been self-employed and running her own business since 2009. Specialising in online technology solutions small businesses and charitable organisations. Paula’s business, Creative Analysis Ltd, specialises in developing CRM systems and integrated end-to-end online solutions. Their particular passion is creating systems that enable business owners to work from anywhere.

Paula regularly gives back to the community and more recently to world causes, working with C4C. Having worked as a Youth Worker for 12 years Paula has a breadth of experience in working with young people and education outside of the standard curriculum. Paula was the founder of a youth community organisation called Youth Routes, which provided many development and learning experiences for young people. Including running 3 outdoor music festivals where young people could perform in a safe and supportive environment.

In July 2018 Paula is canoeing down the Zambezi River for 4 days to raise money for children’s senior education. The education involves teaching conservation to the young people in Zambia.

Gina Battye


Gina Battye is an internationally sought after authenticity coach, celebrity interviewer, TV Show Host, columnist for leading LGBT magazines worldwide and an award-winning speaker.

Over a 10 year period Gina has developed a strikingly powerful coaching process (The Soul Work) whilst working with public figures,celebrities and LGBT role models.

Gina works with senior leaders, executives & celebrities to remove the blockages “that stop you from being the real ‘you’ & your true self.”

Gina is the leading voice for LGBT self-help and is a highly regarded LGBT consultant, working with companies around the world on LGBT Inclusion Strategy.

As the creator of The Soul Work, Gina Battye has established herself as a force to be reckoned with in the sphere of personal development.

Positioning yourself as a thought leader
Building a successful personal brand
Speaking skills
Raising your profile
Creating & implementing a visibility strategy (includes speaking, PR, national & international press and digital strategy – social media, blogging, video, podcasting)

Marissa Land

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Anthony Wilkinson

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