The biggest part of Habitat’s work involves stimulating debate and discussion and influencing industry and government. We support this by research, discussion forums, mini conferences and increasingly, on-line discussions.
To be sustainable we need to we need to build dynamic networks that both contribute to the discussion and spread the word to stimulate debate in wider forums.
So we encourage anyone who shares our vision for a more sustainable future to become a part of our networks and join in at whichever level you wish.
Over the past 25 years The Trust has been instrumental in many projects and initiatives towards a more sustainable future.
Examples include The Australian Fresh Food Alliance, Habitat Trust acted as facilitator for more than 20 companies who together contribute 10.5 Million to explore how they could work together in an integrated supply chain to produce and deliver high quality, high value produce aimed at growing international market for high quality fresh food.
This study has provided valuable insight into the logistics and technology of fresh food production and provided a valuable resource for the current examination of integrated transport and logistics.
Habitat Compact: How We Work