is about sharing experiences, stories and strategies for re-imagining and achieving sustainable development - a place where people can learn from the past, reflect on the present and work out how to transform the future. It's run by the Richard Sandbrook Trust.
, my father, who died in 2005, was a sustainable development pioneer – “a pragmatist with a heart of gold” – whose work was cut short but whose spirit lives on.
We have invited key figures in the sustainable development movement to reflect on progress to date in a series of perspectives: what's worked, and what hasn't. And we have collected a timeline of the key milestones in the history of sustainable development.
My role has been to develop the concept and information architecture, co-commission and edit the content, and design and build the site.