Hello, and welcome to “the shape of things to come”. This is a place to share and grow ideas about how to build the kind of future I’d like to see: one that’s environmentally and economically sustainable, socially connected and joyful.
My name’s Toni. I’m an ecologist, amateur photographer and idealist living in Hobart, Tasmania: that quirky island state at the bottom of Australia. I’m originally from warm and sunny South-East Queensland but have called this cool and wild island home for the last four years, falling in love with the ancient forests, slower pace and the rhythm of the seasons. I’m lucky to live in a beautiful place and to have met some brilliant and inspiring people.
I write about my adventures and experiences in trying to live a more sustainable life, occasionally discussing relevant bits of science and politics with a view to building critical understanding to help us to make more sustainable choices. Facts are important!
You can read a little more on what this blog is about in this entry: What is the shape of things to come?.
I want to hear your ideas, share what I know and grow our future together.
Link to me:
You are welcome to link to my blog! I’ve made a naff little link button you can use:
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Join the conversation:
Please come and join the discussions over at the Shape of Things to Come facebook group! If you’d like to contribute to the blog by providing a guest post, sharing an idea, asking a question or providing feedback, please get in touch as I’d love to hear from you. Send an email to “firstname.lastname@example.org”.
All photos used on this site are mine, with fair use permitted for non-commercial purposes under a Creative Commons copyright. If you would like to use one of my photos, please contact me at “email@example.com”.
High resolution files for prints and commercial use may be purchased. Again, please email me to discuss.
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