Greenprints Partners

Regen Brisbane / Meeanjin

Regen Brisbane / Meeanjin

The Greenprints approach is being used by the Regen Brisbane / Meeanjin 'Community Think Tank', to develop new ways for creating a regenerative city.

Click here to read more about Regen Brisbane/Meeanjin.

Click here to watch recorded presentations from the Regen Brisbane kick off event, Thursday 29th and Friday 30th July 2021. The recordings include an introduction to the Greenprints approach, and an example of how Greenprints supports different approaches being woven together in order to create regenerative human societies.

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Martuwarra Fitzroy River Council

Martuwarra Fitzroy River Council
Greenprints is working to support the Indigenous elders and community leaders within the Martuwarra Fitzroy River Council. The MFRC represents First Peoples of what is now called the Kimberley region. Read More ...

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Ediblescapes

Ediblescapes
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Bellingen Earth Laws Advocates

Bellingen Earth Laws Advocates
The Greenprints approach is being used by Indigenous and non-indigenous community members in the Bellingen region, together with AELA’s Ecocentric Toolkit, to advocate for practical, step-wise transformation to an Earth centred society and economy. Read More ...

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Clarence River Earth Laws Advocates

Clarence River Earth Laws Advocates
Indigenous and non-indigenous community groups in the Clarence River region are working with AELA on the Greenprints process for their region, combined with their own Rights of Nature initiative for the Clarence River. Read More ...

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REGEN BRISBANE / MEEANJIN

The Greenprints approach is being used by the Regen Brisbane / Meeanjin 'Community Think Tank', to develop new ways for creating a regenerative city.

Click here to read more about Regen Brisbane.

Click here to watch recorded presentations from the Regen Brisbane kick off event, Thursday 29th and Friday 30th July 2021.  The recordings include an introduction to the Greenprints approach, and an example of how Greenprints supports different approaches being woven together in order to create regenerative human societies.

Photo by yaruman5 / Flickr

MARTUWARRA FITZROY RIVER COUNCIL

Greenprints is working to support the Indigenous elders and community leaders within the Martuwarra Fitzroy River Council.  The MFRC represents First Peoples of what is now called the Kimberley region.

Dorrigo lookoutPhoto by Tatters / Flickr

BELLINGEN EARTH LAWS ADVOCATES

The Greenprints approach is being used by Indigenous and non-indigenous community members in the Bellingen region, together with AELA's Ecocentric Toolkit, to advocate for practical, step-wise transformation to an Earth centred society and economy.

Photo by Mike Rowe / Flickr

CLARENCE RIVER EARTH LAWS ADVOCATES

Indigenous and non-indigenous community groups in the Clarence River region are working with AELA on the Greenprints process for their region, combined with their own Rights of Nature initiative for the Clarence River.