The Issue: Planetary Crisis
From agriculture to tourism, education, health, technology and construction, the Triple Planetary Crisis (climate change, biodiversity loss and pollution) threatens the foundations of the global economy.
According to the World Economic Forum, approximately $US44 trillion, half of the world’s GDP, is moderately or highly dependent on Nature.
In Australia, 49% or $AU896 billion, has a moderate to very high dependence on Nature. New research by The Australian Conservation Foundation confirmed that every industry within our country is dependent on the natural ecosystem services to thrive and survive.
The Solution: Radical Collaboration
Our services are designed to address gaps in our leadership and decision-making systems which prevent us from making meaningful impact and progress on social and environmental issues.
- Relationship gaps into collaborations and partnerships between leaders across different sectors, generations and cultures
- Knowledge gaps into workforce capacity building experiences that equip leaders with essential ecological, cultural & regenerative literacy skills
- Investment gaps into business-led collective impact projects that restore ecosystems and promote biodiversity