Human’s understanding, appreciation and use of our oceans increasing. But at the same time as global indicators show a decline in ocean health with irreversible changes already occurring. The intersection of … Continue reading For Blue: growing opportunities in the Indian Ocean
WA’s first regional Innovation Agenda was completed for the Mid West. The resulting ecosystem map, strategic framework and recommendations were developed through economic and policy analysis and stakeholder engagement. Funding … Continue reading Mid West Innovation Agenda
Durack College (now Central Regional TAFE) wanted to step up their award-winning approach to ecological sustainability on campus and in their teaching. This report and actions were developed with their … Continue reading Stepping Up Sustainability
With both coaching and sustainability on the rise and rise within organisations, I worked with Neela Bettridge to research the role and relationship of coaching to sustainability. Through surveys, interviews … Continue reading Investigating the role of coaching in sustainability
Having seen a proliferation of Dragon’s Den-inspired social enterprise competitions, and being involved in designing and running two ourselves, Richard Litchfield (Director of Eastside)and I did some thinking, research and … Continue reading Can social innovation competitions move beyond hype to deliver change?
As part of my Master’s I completed a dissertation on Partnerships for Strategic Sustainable Development with two collaborators: Richard Blume and Miriam Karell. To ensure our learning was based on … Continue reading Rolling out a new business model for recycling and reuse
I was hired by NACC to develop and implement a strategy for sustainable use of the region’s natural resources, focusing on coastal, marine and riparian areas. The scope was the … Continue reading Developing and Implementing a Strategy for Bioregional Sustainability