ON SUSTAINING THE CHANGE-MAKER - KARINE POLWART

 “The outstretched wing tips of each migrating goose create a a pocket of wind resistance for the bird tucked in behind and below… cutting the drag by up to 65%…

It’s a wonder, and it’s also a struggle to sustain co-operation.

Every goose takes a turn, stepping up, falling back, labouring and resting…

Stepping up, falling back, labouring and resting…

Like Skye-born socialists, no lone bird bears the brunt.”