The Phoenix School Program

The Phoenix School Program is an Australian charity with a focus on sustainability, eco-literacy, circular economics and supporting STEM education.

We focus on three primary areas:

  • Diverting of scientific equipment from landfill and donating it to schools in need.
    • Over 8 tonnes diverted in our first year of operation
    • Over $150k of equipment donated
    • Over 32 schools have received equipment
  • Providing STEM mentoring and personal development programs for teachers and laboratory technicians.
    • This platform is being created during phase II expansion thanks to funding from the City of Melbourne
  • Providing a portal to connect people with environmental organisations, conservation groups, NFPs and other NGOs within their local area.
    • A major focus is on citizen science projects and community engagement

We have received grants from the City of Melbourne and Moreland City Council, for which we are incredibly grateful.

Check out our website for more information feel free to donate or support us through purchasing some merchandise!

Co-Labs Melbourne

A Biotech co-working space and multidisciplinary innovation hub with the aim of promoting sustainable solutions to the worlds bio-based problems. We exist to democratise access to science, through creating an ecosystem that all but removes barriers to entry into biotech R&D through offering a turn-key solution.

More information can be found at our website.

A New Narrative

Conscious content creation for sustainable brands, a platform to connect with like-minded individuals, a place to connect with grassroots organisations looking to make a positive impact in the world. Think Facebook, but eco…

Check out this unfolding and emerging project here.


Australian Centre for Eco-Literacy and Indigenous Knowledge

A transdisciplinary research hub focused on catalysing the transition towards a regenerative culture through the appropriate, culturally competent engagement with Indigenous Australians in a manner that maintains knowledge sovereignty and promotes reconciliation between settlers and first nations peoples. The project will be set up as a 50-50 ownership model between the original custodians of the land and the other business stakeholders.

This space will focus on the following educational areas:

  • Living Systems Thinking
  • Environmental Economics
  • Regenerative Agriculture
  • Indigenous Agriculture
  • Indigenous Architecture
  • Indigenous Ecological Knowledge
  • Ecological Design Thinking
  • Applied Permaculture
  • Planetary Health and Resilience
  • Sustainability and Behaviour Change
  • Interdisciplinary Knowledge Networks
  • Critical Thinking
  • Eco-Village Creation
  • Urban Horticulture
  • Ecological Restoration

Interested in supporting the vision or coming on board for the journey? Drop me a line!