The Rescope Project empowers people to regenerate the systems & stories we live by, for life on Earth to flourish.
We offer advice, host public forums, run courses, and tailor workshops, strategic development, keynote addresses, informal talks, research, mentoring, and more. If you’re not sure about what you need, get in touch and we can help you think through your next steps. You can also catch us, and get involved, at one of our public forums. Keep in touch if you’d like to know more about these.
We have offices in Melbourne and Perth, the usual social media outlets, and you can sign up to our occasional emails via our website or facebook.
If you’re looking to further your understanding of sustainability, and be more effective in creating the life, work and world you hope for, contact us here.
Despite all humanity’s advances, technology and awareness, a range of converging crises continue to worsen. We are confusing causes for solutions, and doing the wrong things right. We need a different approach, with new ways of thinking that are up to the task of regenerating the underlying systems and stories we live by.
The Rescope Project builds on the award-winning legacy of its founder, Australia’s Inaugural Environmental Educator of the Year in 2007, the late Professor Frank Fisher. For over 30 years, Professor Fisher was a pioneer in systems thinking in Australia. We’re building on this legacy to help people create the systems and stories we need, to sustain flourishing life together.