sustainability, explained

Consultancy for real change that centres people and planet.

It can seem overwhelming and often confusing to start addressing difficult sustainability issues within your organisation. The Liminality seeks to provide clarity and insight, navigating the journey towards genuine sustainability. It means more than just ‘green’ or ‘eco’ labelling, it requires new approaches in order to tackle complex issues such as climate change, pollution, waste, inequality and human rights abuses. It is creating a better world, and treating it as if we planned to stay.

Why Liminality?

Limen is Latin for threshold (hence the doorway logo), and the term ‘liminal’ is used in psychology and anthropology to describe states of transition and change. The Liminality is about getting organisations over the threshold and in the door of true sustainability.

‘During liminal periods of all kinds, social hierarchies may be reversed or temporarily dissolved, continuity of tradition may become uncertain, and future outcomes once taken for granted may be thrown into doubt. The dissolution of order during liminality creates a fluid, malleable situation that enables new institutions and customs to become established.’ 

Clients say:

‘Her knowledge and experience of the sustainability field is vast.’

‘Everyone at the gathering said how much they enjoyed and were inspired by your talk, thank you so much’

‘She was informative, knowledgeable but most importantly didn’t convey the information or tips on how to live a more sustainable life in a preachy way. The takeaways that she gave attendees were achievable, practical and not overwhelming which ultimately is the key to any kind of sustainability!’

‘She was instrumental in moving this event towards fruition, co-ordinating all the different parties involved and managing communications in a professional, dedicated and focused way. She was able to bring her extensive knowledge of the climate change and sustainability arena to shape the day, to include different speakers and media, and create the right wording for key questions and the participant agreement. I would not hesitate to work with her again, and would highly recommend her to anyone wanting to create an event of this kind in the future’