This one-week intensive residential course is designed to challenge popular misconceptions & develop a deeper understanding of how we can achieve truly sustainable societies. During the week expert facilitators will help you develop your knowledge, thinking & practice around all aspects of sustainability, including transport, energy, waste, food, biodiversity, community, business, economics & their inter-connections.
The Tao (or ‘The Way’) series of courses are led by Anthony James, Convener of the Understandascope, and were developed with the late Professor Frank Fisher, an acknowledged doyen of sustainability & Australia’s Inaugural Environmental Educator of the Year.
The Tao of Sustainability offers an intensive learning opportunity exploring new concepts & practices of sustainability held in a safe community environment where participants are encouraged to share their stories and experiences as part developing our understanding of sustainability.
When: Sunday 13 October 3.30pm, concluding with dinner on Saturday 19 October
Cost: $1,050 inc all accomodation, food, day trips, & materials.
Early bird registration: $950 before 27 September
The Tao series of courses are popular & as numbers are strictly limited we recommend early registration of interest.