can you get involved with The Natural Edge Project?
Edge Project welcomes you to join us on our journey,
there many ways to become involved. We are sincerely
grateful to all
of our supporters who have joined us to date.
us with your thoughts on other opportunities.
The project welcomes you or your organisation to show
support for the project by joining the list of individual
supporters or organisational
supporters from a range of sectors within business,
government and civil society.
James Moody (TNEP
Co-Founder), Michael Smith, Cheryl Desha,
Nash (Past TNEP Working Group), United States
former Vice President Al Gore, Nick Palousis (past
TNEP Secretariat member), Charlie Hargroves,
Fiona Wain (EBA) and Tricia Caswell (then RMIT).
Pictured at the 2003 National Business
Leaders Forum for Sustainable Development
hosted by Molly Olsen.
The high quality and rigour delivered in the range
of projects The Natural Edge Project undertakes is
only made possible with the support of our various
partners and mentors. If you are interested in becoming
a partner of the project please visit our partners
with Doug Hargreaves, QUT.
TNEP is a non-profit group focused on developing a
range of books, training programs and databases to
assist society to move towards a sustainable future
and donations are gratefully received (through our
host Griffith University). Acting as a Research Charity
our deliverables are released open source where ever
Secretariat facilitating an interactive workshop
at the Young Engineers 2005 Annual Summit.
The Natural Edge Project is open to collaborative
opportunities to develop content in accordance with
our project goals.
From research, to reviews, to content development,
there are many ways to contribute to content.
Cheryl and Charlie with Hon Rod Welford MLA
Queensland Minister for Education.
at the 2005 National Business Leaders Forum for
Sustainable Development hosted by Molly
Generation: The Natural Edge Project is not
just about publications, educational material or design
methodologies. We seek to act as a think-tank and
a forum to share ideas about sustainable development
and our common future.
with Hunter Lovins visiting the Currumbin Ecovillage
the Team: TNEP has a range of teams; from
our Advisory Board of senior leaders and representatives,
to a dedicated team of young professional volunteers
Charlie and Nick with Ben Roche and the team from
Living Project, UNSW.