Questionnaire and Workshops
Coordinators: Cheryle Yin-Lo this web and Sandy Booth
The Blue Mountains World Heritage Institute (BMWHI) was engaged by Blue Mountains City Council (BMCC) to develop a Community-Government Collaborative Framework for the Mid Mountains. The project aimed to involve all interested people and parties in workshops during February-March 2007.
The workshops identified new Read more
In Lawson, a bright light has switched on in somebody’s head.
South Lawson residents have been given a chance to participate in a community energy-use survey run by the Blue Mountains World Heritage Institute.
This survey is part of a wider environmental program to work Read more
“Sustaining our Social and Natural Capital”
3rd – 6th indian beautiful brides December 2006
Carrington Hotel, Katoomba, NSW Australia
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- Blue Mountains World Heritage Institute
- Action Learning Action Research and Process Management Association (ALARPM)
- Society for Organisational Learning (SOLA) Australia
- ISCE Events, Mansfield, USA
Our efforts to sustain our communities, and the natural environments Read more
Your Land – Your Lifestyle – Our Hawkesbury
Hawkesbury Community and Land Use Forum
Sunday 27 August, 2006
University of Western Sydney, Richmond
This forum examined topics associated with ‘managing a property’ in the Hawkesbury, and land use both currently and historically. It allowed people who live in this heritage-rich region to Read more
Earth Journeys Finish Year on a High
Page 39, Blue Mountains Gazette, 14 December 2005
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||The team from the Blue Mountains’ leading world heritage enviro-cultural education project have finished the year on a high having just been awarded an official ‘Cultural Partnership’ from the Blue Mountains City Council.
Project Manager Bronwen Maxwell, Read more
Page 24, Blue Mountains Gazette, 12 October 2005
Local Indigenous children had the opportunity to participate in special school holiday art workshops held at the Blue Mountains World Heritage Institute (BMWHI) on September 26 and 27.
Initiated by BMWHI, the workshops were coordinated by local Aboriginal artists Kim Mooney and Elly Chatfield, Read more
Page 14, Blue Mountains Gazette, 4 May 2005
The Blue Mountains World Heritage Institute hosted an interdisciplinary forum called Climate Change & Fire in Katoomba last month as part of a new research program.
The program – to be managed by the Institute – aims to address important climate change issues Read more
Blue Mountains Gazette, 13 July 2005
Integral Energy and the Blue Mountains World Heritage Institute (BMWHI) have announced they have formed a community partnership to help deliver more sustainable energy solutions for the Blue Mountains.
Integral Energy will become a key partner in the BMWHI’s campaign to have the Blue Mountains included Read more