SARS-CoV-2 as our crystal ball

Geoff Ebbs /26 March, 2020

The CoViD 19 pandemic is a window into the future and the way that we individually and communally respond is the template that we will carry forward to deal with the next challenge and the next challenge and the one after that as the global systems that support our unsustainable lifestyle fail in the face of increasingly complex challenges

Bend the curve: The hammer and the dance

Geoff Ebbs /23 March, 2020

If you are actually interested in the public policy surrounding the decisions around the Corona virus, this article is thoroughly researched and incredibly informative. As always the devil is in the detail. The primary consideration is what is different about Singapore and South Korea compared to Italy and Spain? https://lnkd.in/gtfiCf4 #coronavirus #hammerdance #closetheschools #bendthecurve #bendingthecurve Continue Reading →

sideways replacement of sleepers

Union warned of derailment in 2011

Geoff Ebbs /29 February, 2020

Alarm bells rang in the Cage when a derailment occurred on the Melbourne Sydney track on February 24th 2020 due to “mud holes” on the track. The Rail Tram and Bus Union reported in 2011 that the practice of replacing sleepers without lifting the track, known as sideways replacement, was causing mudholes that could lead Continue Reading →

Abundance thinking switches on social enterprise

Geoff Ebbs /4 November, 2019

Visiting professor Jay Friedlander brought his abundance approach to social enterprise at CQ University in Brisbane last night, Monday November 4th. Hosted by Dr Tobias Andreasson of CQU and Emma-Kate Rose of QSEC, Professor Friedlander outlined his Cycle of Abundance and the Social Enterprise bootcamp that he runs. “Many approaches to sustainability have focused on Continue Reading →