Positive Disruption of the Great Australian Dream

Brendan Condon’s Vision for a New Narrative and Life at The Cape

They say that disruption rarely happens from inside an industry. So, perhaps it isn’t unusual that Brendan Condon, Director of Australian Ecosystems — an ecological restoration company that has grown over 35 million native plants in about 20 years — turned his hand to…

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A collection of stories, reflections and learnings from ecovillages & other alternative lifestyle models around the world. These attempts at re-localisation point to an emerging revolution in the way humans live on the land. More at beautilitydevelopments.com.au

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Nilmini De Silva

Nilmini De Silva

Documentary Photographer & Civil Engineer promoting new paradigms for living. http://narratives4change.com.au http://beautilitydevelopments.com.au

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