Category: A Sustainable & Inclusive Future

Posted on: January 25, 2023 Posted by: Sue Gilbey Comments: 0

Armistice with Dr Faber

This podcast on historian, Dr David Faber’s reflections, is a comprehensive analysis of the meaning of Armistice and of war and peace and it ends with David’s admission that the current situation is all quite scary. It needs to be shared.  

Posted on: December 9, 2022 Posted by: Sue Gilbey Comments: 0

recoveryisnotlinear

in part one Annabelle Tilbrook gives an amazing personal account of life after fire. Part 2 is heart warming story of community. I took the title recovery is not linear from something she says in part 2. It really resonated with me. For more pictures you can visit the website annabelle@tilbrookestate.com.au>       James and Annabelle Tilbrook established Tilbrook Estate in 1999, after an extensive search of Australian cool…

Posted on: October 17, 2022 Posted by: Sue Gilbey Comments: 0

Sophia’s story

Sophia has a diverse background with the ‘red thread’ of always working towards ecological health. She began her career working on the Halifax EcoCity project, transitioned to community engagement before undertaking an MSc in Holistic Science at Scumacher College. Her study of complex systems science in her masters degree led her to her current passion where she works with embodied and playful practices to help people access their intuitive wisdom…

Posted on: September 27, 2022 Posted by: Sue Gilbey Comments: 0

PAM

PAM, progressive Australia Movement with an interview with Malcolm McDonnell and below a paper on localisation. Localization – towards greater community empowerment We have climate change. And the threat is severe. The very existence of all human life on earth is jeopardized. Climate change needs a strong response. However, governments are intransigent – there is little commitment to addressing the issue. They double down to look after the (present-day) economy.…

Posted on: August 19, 2022 Posted by: Sue Gilbey Comments: 0

CofA elections

I was thrilled as a resident of the South West of Adelaide City Council area to hear that Janet Giles was running for one of 2 positions as Area Councillor and that Keiran Snape will be re-running but this time as the South Ward Councillor. If you are eligible to vote in the council elections or if you know someone who is, please share this conversational podcast if you are…

Posted on: August 16, 2022 Posted by: Sue Gilbey Comments: 0

catharsis after loss

What an amazing afternoon it was in James and Annabelle Tillbrook’s  new and beautiful cellar door on Peramangk country. It was hard to imagine the devastation that occurred there over two and a half years ago. But when you see glass bottles twisted out of shape due to immense heat you begin to understand. 21 years of hard work destroyed in one afternoon. The bottles of HOPE wine are testament…

Posted on: August 3, 2022 Posted by: Sue Gilbey Comments: 0

free Julian

Dr David Faber talks about the continuing injustice in the imprisonment of Julian Assange

Posted on: July 29, 2022 Posted by: Sue Gilbey Comments: 0

doughnut futures

could doughnuts be the way of the future? Here is a bit of a tongue in cheek take on what it could look like

Posted on: June 6, 2022 Posted by: Sue Gilbey Comments: 0

the peoples grid

A fascinating conversation with Aaron Yew, Co-founder and CEO of the Peoples’ Grid. We started off talking about how states used to own our power stations but over time they have all been centralised and now is the time to decentralise. Christie Walk, where I have lived for nearly 16 years is an urban eco-community, 27 households on 2000square metres with much of it being green space and lots of…

Posted on: March 28, 2022 Posted by: Sue Gilbey Comments: 0

Conscious Cities

Deep time perspectives of place Forum hosted as part of the Conscious Cities Festival Monday 25th October 2021 MOD – University of South Australia, North Terrace Adelaide Australia is made up of over 350 different First Nations each with unique languages and ways of living, learning and being. For tens of thousands of years protocols have existed for First Nations Peoples to welcome visitors to their Country. Traditionally, visitors requested permission to…