Collective Commons presents trans-disciplinary modelling within policy frameworks to develop a creative approach to evidence-based discussion of systemic challenges presented by the climate crisis.

Using collective convening to co-create opportunities for systemic change

Building from our practice as systems convenors, co-creating place-based proposals by listening deeply to communities, identifying connections within local and national policy frameworks. We explore opportunities to imagine systemic change, developing local opportunities for social tipping points. Pinhoe in Exeter, Devon is our first case study:

As a dynamic framework for knowledge exchange Collective Commons offers opportunities to access a global range of creative, economic and social justice models, presenting multi-disciplinary inspiration as innovation multipliers: a constellation of change agents.