Latest work 

We work with communities, governments and industry to build regional economies that are climate safe, regenerative and socially just. Below are some examples of what this work looks like in practice.

Support regional communities to achieve net zero emissions

We support communities across regional Australia to develop plans and strategies that reduce carbon emissions while simultaneously creating beneficial social and economic outcomes. We also connect them to the resources and expertise they need to implement those plans.

Victorian Senate Enquiry Submission (Public submissions)(Publications)
Regional communities making the transition to net zero (Media)(Podcasts)
ABC Radio National
Queensland Government Energy Transition Roadshow (Projects)
Central Queensland Energy Futures Summit (Projects)
Hunter Jobs Alliance (Webinars)

Support key decision makers

We apply what we learn from regional projects by working with decision makers across industry and government (Local, State and Federal) to develop new policies and frameworks for systems change.

Stanwell Energy Corporation strategic advice (Projects)
Energy transition community forum (Public submissions)
Citizens’ Climate Lobby – Just Transitions (Webinars)
Building a New Economy – Western Australia Symposium 2018 (Webinars)
What Queensland Wants Report (Publications)

Build capacity and capability

We train people working across environment, climate, union and social service organisations to work more effectively with people across regional Australia for long-term mutual benefit and meaningful climate action.

Our Equity Crowdfunding Journey (Media)
Impact Boom
Sense Making in a Changing World – episode 14 (Webinars)
Sense Making in a Changing World – episode 16 (Webinars)
Impact Boom – episode 238 (Podcasts)
Impact Boom – episode 171 (Podcasts)

We work with communities, governments and industry to build regional economies that are climate safe, regenerative and socially just.

We rely on contributions from generous foundations and individuals to do what we do. If you like to contribute to a fair and resilient Australia, support our work today.

We are a registered charity with the ACNC and accept tax deductible donations through the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal.