Act now, get involved and transition to One Planet Living with the One Planet Program.
The One Planet Living international framework consists of ten cross-cutting principles that provide a simple way to plan, deliver and communicate a strong commitment and action to achieve a quality of life for all people. The One Planet Program is operated by Bioregional Australia for recognition as a One Planet Community, Company, Council or School.
Take action and register in the One Planet Program.
The Goals and Guidance set out goals, metrics and targets with suggested timeframes of 2020, 2025, and 2030 across the ten One Planet Principles in order to achieve one planet living. For some principles, such as ‘zero carbon’ and ‘zero waste’, there are clear quantitative common international targets. For other principles, such as ‘culture and community’, targets are set according to regional context, and national leadership opportunities, with both quantitative and qualitative measures.
The One Planet Program requires a commitment to the One Planet Principles, Goals and Guidance, the development of a One Planet Analysis and One Planet Action Plan, and the ongoing implementation and reporting of outcomes to stakeholders and community.
Recognition can be achieved in year one of the Bioregional Australia program, with reporting on actions implemented in year two and three. The international One Planet Living framework is used to drive system change and can be used alongside national and international industry programs.
Contact Australia@bioregional.com for the One Planet Program outline, fees and application form.
One Planet Analysis
A One Planet Integrator leads you and your stakeholders through a visioning session and context analysis. This compares existing practices, processes and outcomes to the ten principles and Goals and Guidance for One Planet Living, identifying opportunities for system change in order to transition.
Co-creation of a One Planet Action Plan
A One Planet Integrator leads you and your stakeholders through a workshop/s to identify strategies and actions to achieve the ten One Planet Living principles, Goals and Guidance. The result is the creation of a One Planet Action Plan that sets out how to achieve transformation and the stakeholders involved.
One Planet Recognition
To become recognised by Bioregional Australia the One Planet Integrator submits the One Planet Analysis and One Planet Action Plan for review. On successful completion the project or organisation is provided with recognition as a One Planet Community, Company, Council, or School for their commitment to the implementation of the One Planet Action Plan for a further two years, including monitoring and reporting.
One Planet International Recognition
In order for a project or organisation to become internationally recognised the One Planet Action Plan will undergo a peer review by the International Technical Director / Expert Panel. On completion the project or organization commits to monitoring and reporting for three years.
One Planet Training
Bioregional Australia provides a range of training programs including the One Planet Program Training.
Take the One Planet Program training with Bioregional Australia to learn the program requirements for the One Planet Analysis, Action Plan, implementation and monitoring. This training will help you understand how to develop your own Action Plan, especially helpful for local government, organisations, developers, and housing groups.
The One Planet Program one day training is a pre-requisite for becoming a licensed One Planet Integrator.
For upcoming training dates, locations and bookings go to the Bioregional Australia Event Site.
Bioregional Australia Faculty
To ensure rigour and consistency in the One Planet Program, Bioregional Australia works with industry professionals providing training, guidance and support to develop consultant expertise in the One Planet Program. Consultants from the built and urban environment, business services and local government may be become licensed One Planet Integrators (OPI) with Bioregional Australia.
Licensed OPI provide workshop facilitation and services that help you navigate the ten principles and identify opportunities, systems and practices to achieve one planet living. They are trained in the requirements of the One Planet Program including the accreditation, implementation and reporting process.
Our licensed OPL Integrators operate throughout Australia. Our list below will help you find one to suit your needs.
Can’t find one in your region? Let us help you. Often our One Planet Integrators work in other regions. Contact Australia@bioregional.com for more information.
One Planet Integrators
The following consultants are licensed One Planet Integrators in the Bioregional Australia ‘Faculty’.
One Planet Integrators provide licensed to provide consulting services to achieve recognition under the One Planet Program as a One Planet Community, Company, Council or School.
Anamaria Arnautu (VIC) Anamaria.Arnautu@woodsbagot.com
Andrew Thompson (VIC) email@example.com
Carolyn Cox (New Zealand) firstname.lastname@example.org
David Galloway (WA) email@example.com
Debra Chalmers (WA) firstname.lastname@example.org
Guy Bartlett (WA) email@example.com
Jackie Mathews firstname.lastname@example.org
Lisa Kendal (VIC) email@example.com
Marc Mullins MMullins@geelongcity.vic.gov.au
Nathan Lawry (WA) firstname.lastname@example.org
Nycole Wood email@example.com
Oliver Grimaldi (WA) O.Grimaldi@cundall.com
Peter Steele (VIC) firstname.lastname@example.org
Phillip Cook (WA) email@example.com
Samantha Smith (VIC) firstname.lastname@example.org
Tim Adams email@example.com
Tony Overman (VIC) firstname.lastname@example.org