The Warrarrack Economy
As part of the Znet transition plan I was asked to write a vision of what our shire might look like in 2040 if we successfully shift our economy and society so that it serves the people and the environment, instead of primarily serving business interests.
It's just one version of what a successful transition could look like and we welcome comments or completely different visions from anyone wanting to contribute.
"Warrarrack is the Silver Wattle. Among many traditional uses, its sap can be used as a glue, a binding agent.
Back in 2020, Uncle Rick Nelson and Aunty Julie McHale suggested we use it in all of our local climate transition work to represent the binding of people with Country and with each other."
You can download the whole thing here: