Todd is a humanitarian engineer turned sustainable community development leader. He's passionate about helping people to live happy, healthy and sustainable lives.
After working as a lightning protection engineer for Tassie business Novaris Pty Ltd, Todd did three years postgraduate engineering research into renewable energy systems with UTAS in Hobart and the Institute for Energy Technology in Norway.
Todd also founded the Tasmanian Chapter of Engineers Without Borders (EWB) and was president of it for 2 years before moving to Melbourne to take on a paid staff role in their national office. He became fascinated by the intersection between appropriate technology and participatory, strengths-based community development.
In 2010, Todd moved back to his beloved homeland to work towards creating happy, healthy and sustainable Tasmanian communities.
Energy Program Manager
Anton is a sustainability expert (and a self-confessed renaissance man) with over 15 years’ experience in urban agriculture, renewable energy, international development, energy efficiency and sustainability. Anton completed his Environmental Science degree at the ANU in Canberra and GDip at the University of Sydney. His areas of study included Human Ecology, Geography and Agro-ecology. His research Thesis was on understanding energy flows through urban agricultural systems.
Since then he has worked with nationally recognised not-for-profit organisations such as The Alternative Technology Association, Cultivating Community and Tasmania’s very own Sustainable Living Tasmania. In addition to his deep professional experience he has a wealth of knowledge of practical sustainability, from off-grid solar power, carpentry, and landscaping to brewing, fermenting, kite making and sewing.
Finance & Administration Officer
Janine is Sustainable Living Tasmania’s Finance and Administration Officer. Janine has a range of administrative experience and has worked in a variety of organisations in Tassie, South Australia and London. Janine started working one day a week with SLT in 2007. For a change of pace, Janine also works 2 days a week as a Teacher Assistant at a local school, and in her spare time enjoys reading and bushwalking.
Michele is a passionate advocate for the environment and is inspired by the natural world. She manages partnerships for Ecohomeguide and sponsorship and exhibitors for the Sustainable Living Festival. Her strong belief is that we can all make a difference. Michele has helped build community capacity through the delivery of sustainability leadership programs. She has worked for businesses delivering sustainability workshops and environment advocates for over 20 years. She has worked on marketing and campaigns such as the Australian Conservation Foundation Greenhome train the trainer program. She specialises in event, project and relationship management, business management and campaign planning.