Climate change, a swelling global population, demographic shifts and increased pressure on natural resources – it is clear that ecological sustainability is one of the greatest challenges that will be faced by the communities of the future.
We bring a unique set of future oriented ‘thinking tools’ to our work with people; helping them to understand how they can protect and enhance our local and global ecological heritage.
We specialize in designing learning and educational programs, workshops, curricula and courses for both community and corporate groups.
Projects specialising in social learning for sustainability include:
Community Pulse Project Strategic Evaluation
Creating the Age Friendly City: An Initial Evaluation
Our publications in this area include:
The wired village: sustainability, social networking and values in an urban permaculture community
Alternative Futures of Globalisation: A socio-ecological study of the world social forum process