A day with Ted
TED TRAINER — for those who might not have heard of him, Ted’s the man who taught sustainability before it became a social movement… he’s the man who taught limits to growth at university before it became the reality it now is… he’s the man who’s books have inspired and changed many.
So it was our good fortune to visit Ted’s bush block on the banks of the Georges Rives in suburban Sydney that Sunday in June. Some of us came from the Blue Mountains, others from the city’s beachside east. All of us came to learn more about this pioneer of education for sustainability.
Here’s the photo essay…
A day with Ted: Ted Trainer: visionary, author, appropriate technology tinkerer, educator — http://www.storehouse.co/stories/t0oa7-a-day-with-ted
Other photo essays:
More habitat than swamp: Randwick’s ephemeral urban wetland — https://www.storehouse.co/stories/195c-more-habitat-than-swamp
International Permaculture Day 2014: Celebrating permaculture’s people and projects at Randwick Sustainability Hub, Sydney — https://www.storehouse.co/stories/20hs-international-permaculture-day-2014
Autumn in the PIG: In Randwick’s PIG, the cool winds of autumn herald the approaching winter of 2014 — https://www.storehouse.co/stories/29hz-autumn-in-the-pig
Food… and a life convivial: Food, friends and fun is Yvonne’s recipe — https://www.storehouse.co/stories/80df-food-and-a-life-convivial