BSSB ResourcesBSSB Sustainability Planning Guide
BSSB Sustainability Checklist
BSSB Sustainability Toolkit
Boonah Workshop 1 Powerpoint
Boonah Workshop 2 Powerpoint
Boonah Workshop 3 Powerpoint
Beaudesert Workshop 1 Powerpoint
Beaudesert Workshop 1 Group Notes
BSSB Presentation - Regional Economic Snapshot
BSSB Feedback Report
Collaborating, partnering and networking with international, national and regional changemakers to share research, ideas, program outcomes, processes and challenges in order to improve the effectiveness of integrated sustainability practice.
The Ethos Foundation recognises that partnering with other organisations and individuals is essential to facilitating dynamic outcomes.
In 2010-11, the Ethos Foundation has partnered with Southern Cross University (Local Living Economy Research project); Scenic Rim Regional Council (sustainability forums and initiatives;"The Rim" art and ecology project); gr8 START (Lifeline Gold Coast and the Gold Coast General Practice Partnership Council) and numerous community groups including SEQ Catchments, BADCAP, BOSS, Goat Track Theatre, Mt Barney Lodge and the Yugambeh Museum for "The Rim" art and ecology project
International partnerships include working with Michael Shuman (BALLE, USA) and Logan City Council on the Local Living Economy Business Workskhop (2009); partnering with Thomas Homer Dixon (author of "The Upside of Down") for the Climate Change Leaders Roundtable at Queensland Parliament House (2008); partnering with Judy Wicks (BALLE, USA) to organise and co-ordinate her 2008 Australian tour hosted by the Ethos Foundation; designing and hosting the Climate Change Leaders Courageous Conversation and Think Tank (2007); and partnering with Satish Kumar (Resurgence Magazine) to host his 2007 Australian Tour.