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    May Permaculture Film Club - Regenerating Australia

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    Join us on May 20 online at 7pm AEST (your time) for a screening of Regenerating Australia, the new film from Damon Gameau and the team behind 2040 and That Sugar Film.

    Set on New Year's Eve of December 2029, a news anchor is ending the nightly bulletin with a look back at the decade 'that could be’. A decade that saw Australia transition to a fairer, cleaner, more community focused economy. The film is a construction of news reports and press conferences featuring real journalists, politicians, business leaders and citizens.

    Featuring Kerry O’Brien, Gorgi Coghlan, Sandra Sully, Tim Flannery, Larissa Behrendt, David Pocock and other well-known voices, the film is based on a four-month ‘listening campaign’ with a diverse group of Australians who shared their hopes and dreams for the country’s future. 

    It is a new story for our nation: a story of empowerment. 

    A story of solutions. A story of regeneration.


    We will livestream the film first (17 mins), then cross-pollinate ideas and share our stories of regeneration, of empowerment, of possibilities. We will share a permaculture song too from the refugee permayouth.

    This event is hosted by Morag Gamble of the Permaculture Education Institute in conjunction with the Ethos Foundation.

    Listen to the conversation Morag and Damon recorded for Sense-Making in a Changing World podcast last week:

    This is a free event, but if you can, I wholeheartedly encourage you to please donate at the checkout to support free permaculture education and gardening resources in refugee settlements. Last year we were able to support 1500 young people to receive their locally led and locally adapted permaculture design certificates. They would love to train even more this year!  We send 100% of your donations to the local community educators and project leaders.


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