EDUCATION AND TRAINING
ECOSOCIETAL ENVIRONMENTAL & AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH, EDUCATION & SOLUTIONS
CENTRED upON culture, community, PRACTICE, ARTS, LANGUAGE, LORE AND LAW
THE EARTH SUSTAINING SCIENCES INSTITUTE 'SHARED SUCCESS THROUGH GREED FREE AGREEMENTS' delivering EMPOWERMENT THROUGH PRACTICAL OVER TECHNICAL LEARNING
The Earth Sustaining Sciences Institute, founded to design, advance and implement intergenerationally sustainable societal, resources, environmental and agricultural solutions, focuses upon all-natural, low risk, minimum change for maximum benefit . The institute delivers practical/technical ecosocietal prosperity learning models that seamlessly integrate societally appropriate, commercially viable, science supported, engineered sustainable management systems. Earth Sustaining Sciences developed a series of all-natural processes that deliver both environmental systems rehabilitation and plant growth biostimulation coupled with high level all-natural biological soil enrichment. The Earth Sustaining Sciences Institute, curriculum, established by Wayne Sampey, Carter Edwards, Daemon de Chaney, Richard Barker, Carol Ridgeway-Bissett, Terry Haines, Mark Woodroffe and Joe Pito, presents techniques and applications particularly effective in delivering ecosocietal management, and environmental agricultural development to in-need locations with varying water and soil quality, allowing maximum regeneration potential by utilising enhanced natural systems to yield fully organic solutions. The ESSI education and training practices are supportive of culturally endorsed traditional society methodologies and effective in both small and commercial scales; allowing economic advancement in a framework that strengthens positive beneficial intergenerationally prosperous outcomes. ESSI develops and delivers its own curriculums that range from children’s and family learning to high-level tertiary societal advancement and ecosocietally focused industry support. ESSI also follows the methods and systems of the late Bill Mollison, the brilliant, pragmatic researcher, author, scientist, teacher and biologist considered to be the ‘father of permaculture.’
“We live in One-Time; we all have a shelf-life, if we are not astute, so may the biosphere that sustains us. We need to see the Past, Present and Future as One-Time; the Past affects the Present, the Present affects the Future. Societally, we are powerful influencers of the current and future position. It is a priority to make One-Time decisions that positively improve All-Time outcomes giving greater consideration to our biosphere which provides for all life. One-Time positive-creative energies focused in shared success are achievable in all we do. As we all look to society as a single One-Time collective, we will empower ecosocietal (mutually beneficial ecological, economic, and societal) solutions delivery. We need to consider that true sustainability, is only achieved through ecosocietally sustainable practices that enhance ecosocietal empowerment. Eco-societal (One-Time-All Time) empowerment, therefore, is more than participation or engagement. It implies synergy, shared responsibility and mutually beneficial positive-change action. A process of re-defining energy focus to achieve a greater good. It recognizes that as some people are empowered, others will positively share and constructively participate. The complexities of local and global dimensions add to the process of eco-societal empowerment. In today’s world, the local and global are inextricably linked. Action on one cannot ignore or escape the influence of or impact on the other. Eco-societal empowerment recognises and strategically acts upon inter-relationships ensuring solutions are focused upon both local and global levels, with the local application delivering the greatest immediate effect, which creates global opportunity for improvement. To think One-Time; One-Time Brother, One-Time Sister, One-Place Everywhere; sets One-Time as the very fabric that binds us together, as the expanse of All-Time. Therefore, One-Time, is universal. Now is the Time that is charged with the energy for current and future solutions. The only way forward is as One, in One-Time!” Wayne Sampey, Richard Barker and Kaitlyn Long.
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EARTH SUSTAINING SCIENCES INSTITUTE TEXTS
Bill Mollison's "Permaculture"
The Earth Sustaining Sciences Institute, founded to design, advance and implement intergenerationally sustainable societal, resources, environmental and agricultural solutions, focuses upon all-natural, low risk, minimum change for maximum benefit, immediately focused on the guidance and guidelines of Bill Mollison's, "Permaculture A Designers Manual"
(AVAILABLE FROM TAGARI PUBLICATIONS)
The institute delivers practical/technical ecosocietal prosperity learning models that seamlessly integrate societally appropriate, commercially viable, science supported, engineered sustainable management systems. The Earth Sustaining Sciences Institute the Earth Sustaining Sciences allied research and development, and education and training institute that delivers a wide range of bespoke research programs and education and training services across mining, industry, agriculture and environmental/ecology systems rehabilitation and plant growth biostimulation coupled with high level all-natural biological soil enrichment.
The institute presents techniques and applications particularly effective in delivering effective ecosocietal environmental agricultural development to in-need locations with varying water and soil quality, allowing maximum crop potential by utilizing enhanced natural systems to yield fully organic produce. The Earth Sustaining Sciences techniques are supportive of culturally endorsed traditional farming methodologies from small to commercial scales; allowing economic advancement in a framework that strengthens positive outcomes, assisting communities to enter wider markets.
The institute develops and delivers its own curriculum that range from children’s and family learning to high-level tertiary and industry support programs.
THE EARTH SUSTAINING SCIENCES INSTITUTE SHARED SUCCESS SERIES
The Shared Success Series authored by Wayne Sampey with Carter Edwards, with Daemon de Chaeney, Richard Barker, Terry Haines, Carol Ridgeway-Bissett and Joe Pito, is a ten volume compete Eco-Societal Management Program, which can be utilized as individual courses or combined into a single study series. When combined with the ESSI 5 part Permaculture Program, which differs from other Permaculture courses being that is it a course of study completed over 1 to 5 years with a potential two year further extension. Combined it forms the complete 15 part Eco-Societal Shared Success curriculum consisting of 20 supplied texts.
The Shared Success Series (currently 3600 pages in ten volumes) has been designed for all those in community, who are on their way to making it in life as well as those in industry and community management.
Risk and opportunity will be in front of all tomorrow’s people just as it was to all of yesterday’s. However, those who are less than prepared for risk and opportunity are more exposed to Risk than Opportunity! So, as one of tomorrow’s hopefuls in the opportunity stakes, you need to put into practice the fundamentals that the Shared Success Series reinforces.
Shared Success in Society, Shared Success in Business, Shared Success in Management Of Change, Shared Success in Dynamics, Shared Success in Eco-Societal Ecology, Shared Success in Health, Safety and Risk, Community-Industrial Partnership Review, Ecomining Assessment and Audit System, SABR Process Environmental Solutions System and SABR Process Agriculture Solutions System deliver understanding, design, implementation and management of sustainable solutions.
Bioorganic commercial Polyculture Permaculture
The Earth Sustaining Sciences Institute embodies the methods and systems of the late Bill Mollison, the father of permaculture and founder of Tagari publications, a brilliant, pragmatic researcher, author, scientist, teacher and biologist.
Permaculture is an integrated system of design which Bill Mollison co-developed with David Holmgren. It encompasses not only agriculture, horticulture, architecture, and ecology, but also economic systems, land access strategies, and legal systems for businesses and communities. Bill Mollison founded The Permaculture Institute in Tasmania, and created a training system to lead others under the umbrella of Permaculture. Bill Mollison's system of train the trainer has taught thousands of people how to grow food and be sustainable using the Permaculture method. The Earth Sustaining Sciences Institute has advanced these principles of permaculture and in association with the Tilligerry Permaculture Research and Education Farms, continues to support volunteer shared success intergenerationally sustainable projects.
Permaculture provides guidance in commercially sustainable and commercially viable mining, resources, agriculture, environmental processes and technologies, delivering intergenerational solutions from grassroots to board rooms.
The primary focus is the sustainable remediation of real issues that affect biodiversity and society.
Earth Sustaining Sciences Institute is a center for biotechnology research and development, IP management, permaculture, rehabilitation and education where the curriculum is focused on strategic, economic, intergenerationally sustainable environmental solutions.
The institute has an ecosocietal (combined commercial, environmental, societal) delivery model: Our community prosperity and education initiatives deliver practical over technical intergenerational sustainability over quick cash and fairness in societal equity over outright monopolization. The institute's primary aim is to bring these values and capabilities to resources, mining, agriculture and community rehabilitation providers in a commercially appropriate sustainable manner.
In addition to teaching the applied sciences, technologies and practices developed by Earth Sustaining Sciences, the institute applies the teachings of Bill Mollison. The courses and program are designed to cater for all language groups and participant prior knowledge levels. The fundamental requisite is willing participants in developmental processes that enable immediate engagement and practical/technical achievement.
The sustainable environmental management training program is designed to promote fast tracked skills acquisition and delivery, along with the formation of local community or service entity contracting opportunities to deliver simple and appropriate engineering, construction and operational deliverables in the realms of disturbed lands management and rehabilitation, the treatment and management of water and landscapes, and providing sustainable intergenerational incomes and outcomes. The ultimate goal is minimal harm corporate, commercial and community activity, supported by the application of robust systems. A most important position is the unification of stakeholders in a tripartite model, (industry, community and government) to drive and deliver economic, environmental and societal sustainability through the management of issues caused by or contributed to by natural, mining, industrial or agricultural disturbance or effluent.
High value low cost solution deliveries which have the potential to enable intergenerational local community managed environmental management projects, especially in the areas of mine affected water and mine closure rehabilitation management, can quickly become a reality.
The Earth Sustaining Sciences Institute has a focus upon intergenerationally sustainable use of water, land and natural resources recognising there are those who are well aware of the increasing pressures on communities to be self reliant, but only able to manage their lifestyle through subsistence farming.
The migration of young farmers to cities for employment and a more diverse lifestyle has reduced the opportunity for communities to maintain the land or further develop to improve commercialism where the current economics offer little promise.
This scenario can be reversed with planning and application of practical solutions.
Earth Sustaining Sciences and the Earth Sustaining Sciences Institute have solutions pathways to advance the ecosocietal sustainability of industries, ecologies and communities utilising minimum change for maximum benefit systematic partnerships with governments, industries and communities, community owned businesses and off-take joint ventures that return s sustainable tripartite (community, industry, government) incomes.