From the Mountains to the Sea

April 27, 2022
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm (AEST)
Online (via Zoom)

Join us for a free workshop on 27 April, to learn how the Greenprints program can help you and your students bring Kids in Action into your school and curricula.

"Greenprints is a powerful way for kids and adults to learn about their local place - it brings together Indigenous knowledge, science, history, geography, economics, law and much more!" (Miya Isherwood, Far North Queensland)


"Greenprints" is a re-imagination of the concept of 'blueprints'. It's an Aussie designed framework that helps people learn about and take steps to create a regenerative future within their bioregion and beyond. It's Earth-centred, place-based, focused on Caring for Country and it engages with existing sustainability tools and approaches - from local NRM plans to Planetary Boundaries and Doughnut Economics. It's been designed to connect with a wide range of disciplines and knowledge systems, including: Indigenous knowledge, science, law, economics, ethics, the arts and more.

Visit the Greenprints website for more information, or to watch an introductory video:


Dr Michelle Maloney is the creator of the Greenprints program. She has more than 30 years’ experience designing and managing climate change, sustainability and environmental justice initiatives in Australia, the United Kingdom, Indonesia and the USA, and this includes two decades working with Indigenous colleagues on a range of community development, sustainability and cultural heritage projects.

She is a lawyer and advocate for Earth centred law and governance, and holds a Bachelor of Arts (Political Science and History) and Laws (Honours) from the Australian National University and a PhD in Law from Griffith University. She is Co-Founder and National Convenor of the Australian Earth Laws Alliance (AELA), Adjunct Senior Fellow, Law Futures Centre, Griffith University; Director of the New Economy Network Australia (NENA) and co-founder of Future Dreaming Australia – an organisation created by Indigenous and non-indigenous leaders to promote cross cultural sharing of governance and ecological knowledge in Australia.  Michelle is on the Steering Group for the International Ecological Law and Governance Association (ELGA), and is on the Advisory Group for the Global Alliance for the Rights of Nature (GARN).