Monday 21st May 2018

If we are to thrive into the future, humanity must address the social and ecological problems it has created. We need to find a way to live in the world so as to increase its capacity, not diminish it. The Melbourne Forum speakers all approach this idea from their own perspectives.

  • Bill Reed is a long-term practitioner of regenerative development, a process that has resulted in projects that have increased the vitality, viability and resilience of the larger ecosystems in which they exist.
  • Lucinda Hartley has been working with communities to empower them to connect to their places and have ownership and love for them, resulting in more viable communities.
  • David Holmgren is a globally renowned author and educator in permaculture, which balances food production and ecological potential.  His recent book RetroSuburbia brings these ideas into the suburban household and neighbourhood context.

Date: Monday, May 21.
Time: 5.30pm for a 6pm start. Presentations will finish at approximately 7.30pm, followed by networking drinks and finger food until 8.30pm.
Venue: The Treasury Theatre, Lower Plaza, 1 Macarthur St, East Melbourne

For more info and tickets go HERE