Blue Mountains Pluriversity acknowledges the Darkinjung, Darug, Dharawal, Gundungurra, Wanaruah and the Wiradjuri peoples as the Traditional Custodians of the Blue Mountains World Heritage Area; and pays respect to Aboriginal Elders past, present and emerging, recognising their strength, capacity, resilience and deep connection to their Countries
The Blue Mountains Planetary Health Pluriversity works in close relationship with Country, and collaboratively with our First Nations, as well as with our diverse local communities, our research partners, visiting thinkers and practitioners, and global communities, to explore creative and innovative ways for us all to learn, to collaborate, and to contribute to restoring Planetary Health now, and for generations to come.
It is part of Blue Mountains City Council’s Planetary Health Initiative.
Are you a young person looking to learn through the Pluriversity?
Are you a business able to provide work experience opportunities?
Are you a mentor ready to pass on your knowledge and skills?
Whether you’re a young person seeking to create a meaningful life pathway, a tradesperson wanting to learn how to adapt your work practices to be more able to restore planetary health, a resident wanting to live with a lower footprint, a teacher or parent wanting to build your capacity to help young people, or a mentor looking to share your skills and experience, let us know. All of us can contribute to restoring planetary health!