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Collaborate for our common future

●Energy●Food●Water●Waste●Environment●Global Warming●Population●

Global sustainability defines the conditions under which humans and nature, societies and the biosphere, the world and the Earth can co-exist in ways that enable productive harmony, stability and resilience to support present and future generations.


Collaborative campaigns can be designed to explore interactions between social and natural systems - from local to global scales - with a particular focus on sustainability as an avenue for human development in the context of global environmental change and Earth resilience.

Participants can include government, NGOs, business, universities, research institutions and the community.

Below are some examples of sustainability campaigns.

Global System and Country-level Campaigns

  • Cryosphere (the frozen oceans and poles)

  • Atmosphere (the gases surrounding our planet)

  • Hydrosphere (oceans, lakes and clouds)

  • Biosphere (surface and atmosphere of the earth occupied by living organisms)

  • Climate

  • Social-ecological systems (our capacity to adapt or transform in the face of change)

  • Urban systems innovation

Resource-based Campaigns

  • Energy

  • Land use and agriculture

  • Marine resources

  • Water - supply, pollution, recycling

  • Waste management - landfill, plastic, toxic

  • Mining and extractive industries

If you would like to discuss a sustainability program for your organisation, please complete the form below.

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