The Schumacher Society was formed in order to advance the education of the public in the teachings of Dr E F Schumacher as they relate to issues affecting the future of our local and global society, including resource use, climate change, environmental management and social cohesion by organising and facilitating cross-disciplinary learning and the funding of research, the useful results of which will be disseminated for the public benefit.

You can read more here about the history of the society, its constitution, trustees, and link to the Research in Action Community site.