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Behaviour Change Invitation

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Behaviour Change Invitation

  1. 1. 84% of Australians say they are concerned about Climate Change But only 20% have bought a smaller car And only 28% have changed their travel plans 1 In some areas, 70% of Indigenous children do not attend school 2 In the last 250 years the global economy has doubled The change to a sustainable future has been much slower than we all hoped. We need to change unsustainable behaviour. And we need to do it now. while an estimated 60% of the world ’s ecosystems have been degraded 3 <ul><li>BBC World/Synovate Global Poll - May 2007 </li></ul><ul><li>www.generationone.org </li></ul><ul><li>Prosperity without growth, Professor Tim Jackson, Economics Commissioner, Sustainable Development Commission </li></ul>
  2. 2. Let’s stop going over the same old ground.
  3. 3. Join us on a journey. What are the strategic challenges to changing behaviour? What is the boundary of our influence? How do we inspire and ignite action? What are the practical applications? How do we measure success?
  4. 4. Be part of the change. This is NOT an ordinary sustainability conference. Local and international experts will help you turn your knowledge of sustainability issues into meaningful change. The format is different, the speakers are inspiring and the opportunities are boundless.
  5. 5. Places are limited - book today on 02 9810 2164 Early Bird Ends 10th September

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