Blog

IPAN Conference – Connecting The Climate And Peace Movements Through Transformative Action

24 Nov 2022

Tim Hollo speaking at the ICAN Conference with Kathryn Kelly and Mary Kostakidis, pictured. Image source: Wage Peace, used with permission. Good afternoon, everyone, and thanks so much for having me here. I also acknowledge that we’re meeting on land violently stolen from peoples who had lived here in…

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Living Democracy in Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne And Online

16 Sep 2022

The busy times continue, with fabulous conversations all around the place about Living Democracy. I just spent the day at the ACT Conservation Council’s symposium on the Circular Economy where people from NGOs, government, business and academia were buzzing around ways of reinventing the economy, and what’s being done on the…

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Publications

Download 'Unconditionally: COVID response and the future of welfare', a collection of essays edited by The Green Institute.

E-book: Can We Imagine A Future In Which Welfare Is Unconditional?

26 Oct 2021

Can we imagine a future where anyone in Australia who needs help to make ends meet gets that help from government, without having to jump through flaming hoops to prove they deserve it? DOWNLOAD THE EBOOK NOW Can we imagine a future where we simply say that nobody deserves to live in…

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Cultivating Hope: Green Institute Annual Report 2020

21 Jan 2021

Last year will go down as history-making in so many ways. It was an immense struggle, marked by tragedy and devastation. But, unexpectedly, it was also tinged with real hope; the hope that can be found in people coming together through adversity, working collectively to create a better world. Looking back on everything The Green Institute did over…

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Rebalancing Rights: Communities, Corporations And Nature

Rebalancing Rights: Communities, Corporations And Nature

29 Mar 2019

If BHP Billiton has rights, and can act as a legal person, why shouldn’t the Great Barrier Reef? What would change if we decided that the natural world we are part of had rights of its own – the right to exist, to habitat, to be free from pollution? This collection began its life as an exploration of the concept…

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Green Agenda

Events

Living Democracy with Tim Hollo & Adam Bandt, Melbourne

Living Democracy with Tim Hollo & Adam Bandt, Melbourne

6.30pm, 20 October 2022

Join us for drinks at Small Time as Melbourne celebrates the launch of Living Democracy: An ecological manifesto for the end of the world as we know it, the new book from writer and Greens activist Tim Hollo. 6.30pm, Thursday 20 October, 2022Small Time, 271-273 Albert St, Brunswick Living Democracy offers bold…

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Living Democracy - Book Launch - Tim Hollo - Brisbane - Food Connect Shed

Living Democracy: Brisbane Book Launch

4pm, Sunday 25 September, 2022

Hosted by the Food Connect Foundation 3.30pm for a 4pm startSunday 25 September, 2022Food Connect Shed8 Textile Crescent, Salisbury, Queensland Get tickets here. Living Democracy: An ecological manifesto for the end of the world as we know it, is the new book from Tim Hollo, Executive Director of The Green Institute. Join Emma-Kate Rose in conversation…

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Living Democracy: Adelaide Book Launch

Living Democracy: Adelaide Book Launch

4-6pm, Sunday 18 September 2022

Join us in conversation with Tim Hollo, Executive Director of The Green Institute and author of the newly published book Living Democracy: An ecological manifesto for the end of the world as we know it. Tim will be joined by new SA Greens Senator, Barbara Pocock, and Assoc Prof Peter Burdon from University of Adelaide, with MC Rebecca Galdies, chair…

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