Stephen Curtain


nature communications, guiding adventure, education outdoors consultant

Sustainability films


Sustainability means ensuring that life's precious resources are managed well today so that they are here tomorrow. And for generations to come.

For the Gunditjmara people from western Victoria, Australia, sustainability is defined as: 'you never take more than you need' (sourced from https://museumvictoria.com.au/bunjilaka/). In this respect, there is still much to learn from the first Australians.

Sustainability can be seen in the environment is numerous ways that include:

  • natural resource management
  • waterway management
  • first Australians' knowledge
  • wildlife rehabilitation
  • natural sciences
  • wild, remote landscapes such as World Heritage properties
From producing Melbourne Water's River Health Incentives Program 21st anniversary films, to a remarkable On-country collaboration between the Wilderness Society and the Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre in Tasmania's takayna / Tarkine and East Gippsland Catchment Management Authority river films, caring for and celebrating the natural and cultural elements of 'our backyard' becomes increasingly important.



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