We believe our future depends on working together
There are a growing number of small organisations across the globe with shared values. These organisations are multi-focal, exploring the interconnected themes of climate change, social and environmental justice, technology, arts, science, spirit and Indigenous knowledge.
Many of these organisations are already ‘networked’ with each other, working in cooperation to maximise their reach and capability. Each organisation has its specific strengths, usually related to its location and its existing partnerships. Many of these strengths could be scaled and leveraged for the benefit of all parties.
By working in partnership with key organisations and individuals, Treecreate’s objectives are to develop collaborative projects and events on interconnected themes and to support like-minded organisations achieve their communications and outreach goals.
Core Values of Treecreate
- Mindful reforestation
- A sustainable planet for all life
- Social justice and equity for all living beings
- Building knowledge across cultures and disciplines
- Awareness of the interconnectedness of all things
- Inclusive and open nature-based education
- Respecting Indigenous knowledge and language
- Collaboration through transdisciplinary programs and projects
- Building community awareness locally and internationally
- Using technology to support social and environmental justice
Any programs developed under the Treecreate banner would promote all contributing individuals and organisations to increase brand awareness.
The opportunity for transdisciplinary forms of collaboration through coordinated projects.
Greater social, cultural, creative and environmental outcomes through building collective awareness of diverse forms of knowledge.
In support of Black Lives Matter
We at Treecreate fully support the Black Lives Matter movement in all its forms across the globe. We believe that it is time to create new systems of inclusion, empowerment and connection through acknowledging the past, truth telling and ally-ship.
We acknowledge the traditional custodians of Country throughout Australia and honour their continuing connection to land, water, culture and community. We pay our respects to all Elders past, present and emerging. We also acknowledge the Elders of the Ngunnawal and Ngambri peoples, on whose land we live and work. We pay our respects to all First Nations peoples and acknowledge their deep knowledge of the earth.