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Society is on a journey from an unsustainable way of living to a more sustainable one.
This journey, although of crucial importance, is not yet clearly defined and our route is somewhat uncertain.
We need guides, people who do not claim to know the answers but who have already started the journey and are developing a clearer sense of the direction to travel. Like all guides, they pass on their knowledge and experience to help other travellers.
These guides are sustainability practitioners, and the Association of Sustainability Practitioners (ASP) aims to act as the welcoming campfire where guides and travellers can share experiences.
ASP aims to help propel society on its journey, providing a place to connect, to support, to challenge, to question, to listen, to learn, to share – a place where the wisdom for this new journey can evolve and be nurtured.
Welcome to ASP’s campfire… take a seat and tell us your story.
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