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2020 Summit- Full list-NO prizes for coming second

Postby duane » Wed Apr 02, 2008 9:28 am

Surprise, surprise ....surprise. No invite to Peter to attend PM Rudd's big vision 2020 Summit. Just more of the same ....line to line of academics, professors, ass.professors and Dr's.....the sum total of which I would suggest would know as much about the functioning of this landscape as would fit on the back of a stamp.

When are we ever going to pull our collective heads out of the sand and have effective dialogue of governments with Peter??

This new mob are giving ALL the signs as the last lot...complete disinterest

HERE is the full list of 1000 participants in Prime Minister Kevin Rudd's 2020 summit.

A long-term national health strategy
Dr Vasantha Preetham, WA
Associate Professor Ted Wilkes, WA
Dr Fiona Wood, WA
Professor Diane Geraldine Alcorn, VIC
Ms Belinda Caldwell, VIC
Ms Alisa Camplin, VIC
Professor Suzanne Cory, VIC
Dr Catherine Crock, VIC
Professor Jon Nicolas Currie, VIC
Dr Mukesh Chandra Haikerwal, VIC
Professor Margaret, Hamilton AO, VIC
Mr James Hird, VIC
Dr Anna Howe, VIC
Ms Geraldine (Ged) Kearney, VIC
Professor Helen Marie Keleher, VIC
Professor Anne Kelso, VIC
Mr Jonathon Kruger, VIC
Dr Brian McNamee, VIC
Professor Rob Moodie, VIC
Professor Brian Frederick Oldenburg, VIC
Dr Susan Oliver, VIC
Ms Anne-Marie Scully, VIC
Associate Professor Christopher Newell AM, TAS
Dr Alison Venn, TAS
Mrs Julianne Badenoch, SA
Professor Christian Ansgar Otto Gericke, SA
Dr Caroline McMillen, SA
Dr Beverly Sara Muhlhausler, SA
Dr Deborah Rathjen, SA
Dr Leanna Read, SA
Dr Mike Rungie, SA
Professor Andrew (John) Spencer, SA
Professor Gary Allen Wittert, SA
Professor Perry F. Bartlett, QLD
Professor Peter Brooks, QLD
Associate Professor Brendan Burkett, QLD
Associate Professor David Colquhoun, QLD
Professor Caroline May de Costa, QLD
Professor Niki Ellis, QLD
Dr Clive David Hadfield, QLD
Professor John Anthony Mendoza, QLD
Mr Frederick Allan Pidgeon, QLD
Professor Lawrie Powell, QLD
Mr Michael Rayner, QLD
Professor Cindy Shannon, QLD
Dr Sunita Shaunak, QLD
Ms Janelle Stirling, QLD
Dr Marian Sullivan, QLD
Dr Jim Varghese, QLD
Professor Emma Whitelaw, QLD
Dr Catherine Elizabeth Yelland, QLD
Ms Pat Anderson, NT
Dr Ngiare J Brown, NT
Professor Jonathan Rhys Carapetis, NT
Professor Tony Cunningham, NT
Mr Michael Gooda, NT
Ms Sabina Margaret Knight, NT
Professor Louise Alison Baur, NSW
Mr Graham Charles Brown, NSW
Dr Ian Cameron, NSW
Professor Elizabeth Mary Chiarella, NSW
Professor John Daly, NSW
Ms Hanan Dover, NSW
Ms Elizabeth Elliot, NSW
Professor Michelle Haber, NSW
Professor Ian Bernard Hickie AM, NSW
Professor Hal Kendig, NSW
Professor Michael Richard, Kidd, NSW
Professor Stephen Ross Leeder, NSW
Mr Michael Luscombe, NSW
Professor Sally Redman, NSW
Dr Ian Reinecke, NSW
Associate Professor Elizabeth Savage, NSW
Dr Meredith Sheil, NSW
Dr Clare Alice Skinner, NSW
Dr Rosemary Allison Stanton, NSW
Associate Professor Paul Torzillo, NSW
Mr Peter Wills AC, NSW
Mr Warwick Anderson, ACT
Professor Kaarin Anstey, ACT
Ms Kate Carnell, ACT
Mr David Crosbie, ACT
Mr Robert de Castella, ACT
Ms Helen Hopkins, ACT
Professor Tony McMichael, ACT
Ms Lynne Pezzullo, ACT
Professor Margaret Sheil, ACT
Ms Anne Trimmer, ACT

Australia's Future Security and Prosperity in a rapidly changing region and world
Dr Susan Jennifer Delyse Boyd, WA
Mr Gregory Rolph Copley, WA
Dr Jane Patricia Cunneen, WA
Mr John Gibson, WA
Professor David Hill, WA
Dr Gary Gordon Sigley, WA
Ms Robyn Slarke, WA
Associate Professor Samina Yasmeen, WA
Mr Waleed Aly, VIC
Dr Sarah Bekessy, VIC
Associate Professor Santina Bertone, VIC
Ms Denise Boyd, VIC
Ms Susan Margaret Brennan, VIC
Ms Sharan Burrow, VIC
Mr Damian Burton, VIC
Ms Melissa Conley Tyler, VIC
Dr Simon David Feeny, VIC
Ms Dimity Fifer, VIC
Ms Julia Anne Fraser, VIC
Ms Felicity Jane Hill, VIC
Ms Phoebe Cecile Knowles, VIC
Ms Serena Lilywhite, VIC
Professor Tim Lindsey, VIC
Associate Professor Jude McCulloch, VIC
Ms Jennifer Margaret McGregor, VIC
Mr Alexander Callum McLeod, VIC
Ms Fiona Margaret McLeod SC, VIC
Chief Commissioner Christine Nixon, VIC
Associate Professor Sharon Pickering, VIC
Mr Paul Andrew Godwin Ramadge, VIC
Mr John Francis Richardson, VIC
Mr Phil Scanlan, VIC
Mr Gregory Sheridan, VIC
Ms Deborah Rosalyn Storie, VIC
Associate Professor David Peter Wright-Neville, VIC
Mr Christian David Bennett, SA
Mr Andrew O'Neil, SA
Dr Walter Samuel Grono Bateman, QLD
Mr Abraham Steven Gubler, QLD
Dr Bronwyn Delveen Harch, QLD
Dr Chris Theng Hong Kang, QLD
Ms Eliza Matthews, QLD
Mr Gregory Williams Nelson, QLD
Mr Garry Llewellyn Redlich, QLD
Professor Swee-Hin Toh, QLD
Ms Caroline Emma Morrison, NT
Ms Tamerlaine Beasley, NSW
Mr Bill Bowtell, NSW
General Peter Cosgrove AO MC (ret), NSW
Mr Paddy Crumlin, NSW
Dr James Barton Curran, NSW
Ms Geraldine Doogue, NSW
Professor Alan Dupont, NSW
Ms Katherine Fallah, NSW
Mr Alan Gyngell, NSW
Ms Elena Jeffreys, NSW
Professor Alison Jones, NSW
Ms Martine Letts, NSW
Mr Alastair Fraser MacGibbon, NSW
Mr Huw McKay, NSW
Ms Louisa Jane Minney, NSW
Ms Maha Najjarine, NSW
Ms Mahboba Rawi, NSW
Mr Neville Joseph Roach, NSW
Mr Michael Roux, NSW
Ms Leigh Peta Sales, NSW
Dr Ben Saul, NSW
Mrs Jillian Sylvia Shoebridge, NSW
Ms Nola Watson, NSW
Mr Kevin Wei-Cher Yeoh, NSW
Professor Kent Anderson, ACT
Ms Kate Barelle, ACT
MS Danielle Louise Chubb, ACT
Ms Aguil De Chut Deng, ACT
Ms Sara Louise Goldsworthy, ACT
Dr Jane Elizabeth Golley, ACT
Dr Anna Hutchens, ACT
Ms Antonia Krystina Kaucz, ACT
Professor Andrew MacIntyre, ACT
Mr Ben McDevitt, ACT
Ms Louise Michelle Merrington, ACT
Dr Katherine Morton, ACT
Dr Dave Peebles, ACT
Dr George Quinn, ACT
Professor Benjamin Reilly, ACT
Professor Amin Saikal, ACT
Mr Jason Yat-Sen Li,
Professor Lorraine Mazzerolle,
Mr Warren Mundine

Future Directions for the Australian Economy
Ms Megan Clark, WA
Dr Marilyn Clare Clark-Murphy, WA
Ms Elena Joy Douglas, WA
Mr Andrew Forrest, WA
Dr Susan Betty Harwood, WA
Ms Deidre Wilmot, WA
Dr Bronte Adams, VIC
Mr Don Argus, VIC
Ms Nicola Ballenden, VIC
Mr Gary Banks, VIC
Ms Cath Bowtell, VIC
Mr Steve Bracks, VIC
Mr Stephen Bradford, VIC
Ms Sally Anne Capp, VIC
Mr Michael Chaney, VIC
Ms Melinda Cilento, VIC
Professor Edwina Cornish, VIC
Ms Katie Dean, VIC
Ms Joan Fitzpatrick, VIC
Ms Tania Foster, VIC
Professor Margaret Anne Jackson, VIC
Ms Margaret Jackson AC, VIC
Mr John Stewart, VIC
Ms Helene Teichmann, VIC
Mr Garry Weaven, VIC
Ms Alice Williams, VIC
Mr Peter Yates, VIC
Mr Tony (Anthony) Bennett Park, TAS
Mr Brian Flannery, QLD
Professor John Foster, QLD
Mr Lance Hockridge, QLD
Professor Max Gaoqing Lu, QLD
Mr John Mulcahy, QLD
Ms Jude Munro, QLD
Ms Narelle Lisa Pearse, QLD
Dr Lucy Ashley Firth, NT
Professor Patricia Apps, NSW
Ms Juliet Bourke, NSW
Mr Mark Douglas Irving Burrows, NSW
Ms Margot Cairnes, NSW
Mr Bob Carr, NSW
Mr Paul Clitheroe, NSW
Mr Tony Cole, NSW
Mr Geoff Dixon, NSW
Mr Bill Evans, NSW
Mr Ted Evans, NSW
Ms Elaine Henry, NSW
Mr Russell Higgins, NSW
Professor Frederick George Hilmer AO, NSW
Ms Amanda Jane Johnston, NSW
Professor Pramod Nagorao Junankar, NSW
Ms Narelle Anne Kennedy, NSW
Professor Sonja Lyneham, NSW
Ms Kerrie Mather, NSW
Mr Greg Medcraft, NSW
Dr James Bradfield Moody, NSW
Lord Mayor Clover Moore, NSW
Mr Lachlan Murdoch, NSW
Mr Ralph Norris, NSW
Emeritus Professor Mary Josephine O'Kane, NSW
Mr James Packer, NSW
Mr John Porter, NSW
Mrs Heather May Ridout, NSW
Mr John Cameron Robertson, NSW
Ms Ann Caroline Sherry AO, NSW
Mr Tim Simms, NSW
Mr Glenn Stevens, NSW
Ms Louise Tarrant, NSW
Mr Steve Vamos, NSW
Mr Sam White, NSW
Professor Steve Dowrick, ACT
Ms Eileen Doyle, ACT
Ms Jane Elizabeth Drake-Brockman, ACT
Dr Michael Keating, ACT
Mr John Ellice Flint, SA
Mr Lindsay Fox AO, VIC
Mr Greg Gailey, VIC
Mr Nick Greiner, NSW
Mr David Kirk, QLD
Mr Marius Kloppers,
Mr Greg Lindsay,
Mr Donald McGauchie, NSW
Mr Patrick McKendry, VIC
Mr Alan Moss, NSW
Ms Helen Nugent

Future directions for rural industries and rural communities
Mrs Susan G. Bradley JP, WA
Mr Everald Ernest Compton, WA
Mr George Etrelezis, WA
Dr James Paul Fitzpatrick, WA
Mr John Laurence Gosper, WA
Professor Fiona M. Haslam McKenzie, WA
Mr Paul Lane, WA
Mrs Karen Diane Morrissey, WA
Mrs Mary Elizabeth Nenke, WA
Mrs Jacqueline Stutt, WA
Dr Susan Wong, WA
Ms Susie Allison, VIC
Mr David Ansell, VIC
Mrs Deborah Bain, VIC
Ms Genevieve Mary Barlow, VIC
Mr Dean Belle, VIC
Ms Anne Champness, VIC
Mrs Lynette Coulston, VIC
Mr John Fisher OAM, VIC
Mr Frederick Sheppard Grimwade, VIC
Ms Serenity Hill, VIC
Mr James Graham Houston, VIC
Ms Alana Johnson, VIC
Ms Kate Maree Lord, VIC
Ms Catherine McGowan, VIC
Mr John Martin McQuilten, VIC
Mr Sidney Hordern Myer, VIC
Mr Scott Pape, VIC
Ms Elaine Janet Paton, VIC
Ms Claire Anne Penniceard, VIC
Professor Timothy Gerald Reeves, VIC
Ms Linda Sewell, VIC
Dr Susan Jennifer Lambert, TAS
Dr Suzanne Elizabeth Martin, TAS
Dr Julianne Maree O'Reilly-Wapstra, TAS
Mr Steven Victor Richardson, TAS
Mr Donald Ian Blesing, SA
Mr Ben Scott Haslett, SA
Mrs Michelle Leanne Thiele, SA
Ms Sue Ann Adair, QLD
Mrs Maxine Margaret Baldwin, QLD
Ms Robyn Claire Boundy, QLD
Mrs Bobby Brazil, QLD
Mr Monte Dwyer, QLD
Mr Robert Geoffrey Granger, QLD
Mr Brett Heading, QLD
Mr Stuart James Higgins, QLD
Ms Kerrina Victoria King, QLD
Professor Bob Lonne, QLD
Dr Mark Francis McGovern, QLD
Ms Marion Murphy, QLD
Mrs Georgina Jane Persse Somerset, QLD
Mrs Mary Ann Walsh, QLD
Mrs Beth Louise Welden, QLD
Ms Kate Andrews, NT
Mr Roy Chisholm, NT
Ms Terry Underwood, NT
Ms Diane Walsh, NT
Professor Margaret Alston, NSW
Mr Peter Bailey, NSW
Mr Kenneth Arnold Boundy, NSW
Ms Merrill Joan Boyd, NSW
Mr Drew Braithwaite, NSW
Ms Lucy Broad, NSW
Mrs Helen Marguerite Reading Cathles, NSW
Mr Joel Michael Clark, NSW
Mrs Lucinda Lee Flinders Corrigan, NSW
Associate Professor Anthony English, NSW
Mr Roger Fletcher, NSW
Ms Susan Natalie Frater, NSW
Ms Jodie May Goldsworthy, NSW
Mr Robert Beresford Hudson, NSW
Dr Bill Hurditch, NSW
Mr Gary Richard Johnston, NSW
Dr John William Kramer, NSW
Professor Deidre Lemerle, NSW
Mr Alexander Ian Macintosh AM, NSW
Mr Charles Jeffreys Prell, NSW
Ms Vanessa Rankin, NSW
Ms Frances Marie Shapter, NSW
Councillor Robert Ian Wilson, NSW
Mrs Heather Adelle Wilton, NSW
Ms Rosemary Young, AM, NSW
Mr David Charles Crombie, ACT
Mr Bryan Geoffrey John Nye, ACT
Mr Peter Reading, ACT
Mr Richard (Dick) Wells, ACT
Mr Simon Mansfield

Future of Australian Governance
Mr Martin James Bailey, WA
Mr Joseph Martin Fernandez, WA
Ms Pia-Angela Francini, WA
Ms Alison Lesley Gaines, WA
Professor Janette Hartz-Karp, WA
Ms Holly Elizabeth Ransom, WA
Mr Wayne Francis Scheggia, WA
Dr Christine (Chrissy) Sharp, WA
Mr Peter Ajak, VIC
Professor Judith Margaret Brett, VIC
Mr Julian William Kennedy Burnside, VIC
Mr Paul Chadwick, VIC
Professor Allan Fels, VIC
Ms Iresha Herath, VIC
Ms Kristen Anna Isobel Hilton, VIC
Professor Sarah Louise Joseph, VIC
Ms Janice Winearls Keynton, VIC
Dr Terry MacDonald, VIC
Professor Robert Manne, VIC
Ms Katherine Dawn Sampson, VIC
Professor Cheryl Anne Saunders, VIC
Ms Sally Warhaft, VIC
Mr Alan Wu, VIC
Dr Sally Young, VIC
Mr Benedict Bartl, TAS
Ms Lyn Mason, TAS
Rev Professor Michael Tate, TAS
Ms Olivia Guarna, SA
Ms Elizabeth Francesca Ho, SA
Ms Tanya Louise Smith, SA
Mr Sean Barrett, QLD
Senator the Hon George Brandis, QLD
Dr Alexander Jonathon Brown, QLD
The Honourable Matthew (Matt) Joseph Foley, QLD
Mr Paul Formosa, QLD
Ms Bridie Kathleen Jabour, QLD
Ms Joanne, Kelly, QLD
Professor the Honourable Michael Lavarch, QLD
Mr Michael McKinnon, QLD
Mr Alexander McLaughlin, QLD
Mr Stewart Mcrae, QLD
Dr David Solomon, QLD
Dr Anne Tiernan, QLD
Ms Danielle Vujovich, QLD
Professor Patrick Weller AO, QLD
Ms Sarah Jane O'Rourke, NT
Mr Mauri Japarta Ryan, NT
Ms Erin Adams, NSW
Mr Phillip Adams, NSW
Ms Robin Banks, NSW
Associate Professor Lyn Carson, NSW
Professor Greg Craven, NSW
Associate Professor Kate Jane Crawford, NSW
Ms Miranda Devine, NSW
Mr Macgregor Duncan, NSW
Professor Geoffrey Ian Gallop, NSW
Ms Kate Gauthier, NSW
Mr Gerard Henderson, NSW
Dr Helen Irving, NSW
Dr Paul Kelly, NSW
Ms Miriam Lyons, NSW
Mr David Marr, NSW
Mr Simon, Rice, NSW
The Honourable Helen Sham-Ho, NSW
Professor Christopher Dominic Sidoti, NSW
Mr Brett Solomon, NSW
Associate Professor Anne Frances Twomey, NSW
Professor Hillary Charlesworth, ACT
Mr Harry Evans, ACT
The Honourable Justice Mary Gaudron, ACT
Ms Susan Gail Harris Rimmer, ACT
Mr Michael James Harvey, ACT
Ms Janet Eileen Hunt, ACT
Sir Anthony Mason, ACT
Mr Ian McPhee, ACT
Ms Jamila Helen Rizvi, ACT
Professor Marian Sawer, ACT
Ms Amelia Mary Simpson, ACT
Professor George John Williams, ACT
Sir William Deane, ACT
Ms Janet Giles, SA
Ms Amy Sarah King
Prof Julianne Schultz
Mr Kerry Stokes, NSW
Mr Howard Whitton

Options for the future of Indigenous Australia
Mr Wayne Bergman, WA
Mr Mark Bin Bakar, WA
Ms Julie Cobb, WA
Ms Adele Helena Cox, WA
Mr Patrick Dodson, WA
Ms Kate George, WA
Mr Bill Hart, WA
Associate Professor Colleen Patricia Hayward, WA
Mrs Dot Henry, WA
Dr Christine Jeffries-Stokes, WA
Ms Shirley McPherson, WA
Professor Fiona Juliet Stanley, WA
Mr Barry Taylor, WA
Mr Ian Richard Trust, WA
Mr Peter Yu, WA
Ms Carolyn Allport, VIC
Professor Ian Anderson, VIC
Ms Muriel Bamblett AM, VIC
Professor Wendy Brabham, VIC
Father Frank Brennan, VIC
Mr Paul Anthony Briggs OAM, VIC
Ms Janina, Gawler, VIC
Ms Karen Michelle Milward, VIC
The Honourable Alastair Nicholson, VIC
Mr Bruce Pascoe, VIC
Ms Georgia Symmons, VIC
Mr Rodney Scott Dillon, TAS
Mr Alfred Parry Agius, SA
Dr Veronica Arbon, SA
Ms Susan Pamela Boucher, SA
Professor Peter Buckskin, SA
Ms Alison Carroll, SA
Ms Renee Kay Coffey, SA
Ms Anne Murren Dunn, SA
Ms Eugene Elizabeth Hooi Lee (Eugenia) Flynn, SA
Ms Tanya Louise Hosch, SA
Commissioner Klynton Wanganeen, SA
Mr Graham Hamilton Dillon, QLD
Ms Mary Graham, QLD
Mr Stephen Hagan, QLD
Ms Sana Nakata, QLD
Dr Rae Norris, QLD
Mr Noel Pearson, QLD
Mayor Napau Pedro Stephen, QLD
Dr Mark Wenitong, QLD
Ms Tammy Williams, QLD
Mr Neil Michael Willmett, QLD
Mr Damien Djerrkura, NT
Ms Jeannie Nugeryai Egan, NT
Professor Edward Shane Houston, NT
Associate Professor Teresa Sue Lea, NT
Ms Makinti Rosalind Minutjukur, NT
Ms Yananymul Mununggurr, NT
Dr Marika Raymattja, NT
Mr Thomas Jangala Rice, NT
Mr David Ross, NT
Ms Patricia Ann Turner, NT
Mr Wali Wunungmurra, NT
Dr Mick Adams, NSW
Mrs Leah Marie Armstrong, NSW
Ms Megan Jane Davis, NSW
Ms Marcia Ella Duncan, NSW
Mr Darryl Gardiner, NSW
Mr Daniel Thomas Gilbert, NSW
Mr Gary John Highland, NSW
Ms Terri Janke, NSW
Dr Marlene Kong, NSW
Mr Danny Lester, NSW
Dr Sarah Maddison, NSW
Mr Jeff McMullen AM, NSW
Mr Bill Moss, NSW
Professor Nicholas Martin Nakata, NSW
Ms Kristie Parker, NSW
Ms Hetti Perkins, NSW
Ms Susan Pinckham, NSW
Mr Tyson Yunkaporta, NSW
Professor Jon Altman, ACT
Ms Brenda Louise Croft, ACT
Ms Caroline Edwards, ACT
Mrs Christine Fejo-King, ACT
Mrs Matilda House, ACT
Mr Steven Raymond Larkin, ACT
Ms Barbara Mary Livesey, ACT
Professor Ann Margaret McGrath, ACT
Mr Romlie Mokak, ACT
Ms Bronwyn Nimmo, ACT
MRS Nicolas Margaret Forrest
Dr Richard Hazelwood
Mr Vince Mundraby
Mr Shane Phillips
Ms Darcel Russell, VIC

Population, sustainability, climate change and water
Mr Carl Eric Binning, WA
Ms Irina Cattalini, WA
Mr Joe Ross, WA
Ms Cheryl Batagol, VIC
Mr Damien Troy Bell, VIC
Dr Grant Blashki, VIC
Ms Larissa Brown, VIC
Mr Russell Ronald Caplan, VIC
Professor Ross Garnaut, VIC
Mr Gerry Hueston, VIC
Mr Andrew Jaspan, VIC
Honourable Dr Barry Owen Jones, VIC
Professor David John Karoly, VIC
Professor Amanda Lynch, VIC
Ms Robyn Leigh McLeod, VIC
Dr Pam McRae-Williams, VIC
Mr Stephen Mills, VIC
Ms Natasha Palich, VIC
Mr George Pappas, VIC
Dr Graeme Ivan Pearman, VIC
Mr Marcus Randolph, VIC
Mr Bernard Joseph Salt, VIC
Mr David Shelmerdine, VIC
The Honourable John Thwaites, VIC
Ms Georgina Elise Boon, TAS
Ms Anne Howe, SA
Ms Susan Barbara Jeanes, SA
Adjunct Professor Monica Viviene Oliphant, SA
Mrs Joanne Louise Pfeiffer, SA
Ms Ann Kathryn Shaw Rungie, SA
Mr Michael Peter Berwick, QLD
Mrs Leith Boully, QLD
Ms Erin Mara Cini, QLD
Professor Chris (Christopher Reid) Cocklin, QLD
Ms Cheryl Desha, QLD
Ms Melissa-Leigh Jane George, QLD
Professor Ross Stewart Guest, QLD
Dr Andrew Kenneth Leonard Johnson, QLD
Professor Ian Lowe, QLD
Ms Elizabeth Ann Nosworthy, QLD
Professor Hugh Possingham, QLD
Professor John Quiggin, QLD
Dr Russell Evan Reichelt, QLD
Dr Lorraine Stephenson, QLD
Dr Stuart Blanch, NT
Professor Stephen Thomas Garnett, NT
Mr Joe Morrison, NT
Ms Maria Atkinson, NSW
Professor Marcela Bilek, NSW
Mr Greg Bourne, NSW
Ms Petrea Bradford, NSW
Ms Jillian Broadbent, NSW
Mr Peter Coates, NSW
Professor Mary Elizabeth Crock, NSW
Mr Stewart Ellis, NSW
Ms Penelope Figgis (AO), NSW
Professor Timothy Flannery, NSW
Ms Tanya Ha, NSW
Mr Michael Hawker, NSW
Professor Lesley Margaret Head, NSW
Dr Judy Isabel Henderson, NSW
The Hon Roslyn Joan Kelly, NSW
Professor Shahbaz, Khan, NSW
Mr Ian Bruce Kiernan, NSW
Mr Eric Ronald Wing-Fai Knight, NSW
Dr Gabrielle Sarah Kuiper, NSW
The Hon Susan Mary Lenehan, NSW
Ms Romilly Madew, NSW
Ms Sam Mostyn, NSW
Ms Elaine Prior, NSW
Ms Tania Ritchie, NSW
Ms Anna Rose, NSW
Dr Paul Simshauser, NSW
Professor Will Steffen, NSW
Dr Tony Paul Wilkins, NSW
Emeritus Professor Valerie Anne Brown, ACT
Dr Peter J Cook, ACT
Dr Wendy Craik, ACT
Dr Brian Fisher, ACT
Dr Geoff Garrett, ACT
Dr Steve Hatfield Dodds, ACT
Professor Warwick James McKibbin, ACT
Professor Patrick Nicol Troy, AO, ACT
Dr Karen Elizabeth Hussey
Dr Chloe Munro
Dr Bev Ronalds, WA

Strengthening communities, supporting families and social inclusion
Professor Daniela Anna Stehlik, WA
Ms Hala Abdelnour, VIC
Ms Vivienne Amery, VIC
Ms Gina Nancy McGregor Anderson, VIC
Ms Elleni Bereded-Samuel, VIC
Ms Elizabeth Cham, VIC
Associate Professor Chris Chamberlain, VIC
Ms Margherita Coppolino, VIC
Dr Kylie Cripps, VIC
Ms Sarah Davies, VIC
Ms Julie Mary Edwards, VIC
Mr Kon Karapanagiotidis, VIC
Ms Joan Kirner, VIC
Mr David Manne, VIC
Mr Tony Nicholson, VIC
Professor Ann Sanson, VIC
Reverend Graham Sawyer, VIC
Dr Judith Marion Slocombe, VIC
Dr Kevin John Smith, VIC
Mr David George Thompson, VIC
Ms Michele Wright, VIC
Ms Jennifer Branch, TAS
Ms Elizabeth Jean Rayner, TAS
Professor Freda Briggs, SA
Monsignor David Cappo, SA
Ms Katrine Ann Hildyard, SA
Mr Mark Hubbard, SA
Ms Lyndsey Kate Jackson, SA
Ms Catherine Jean Leane, SA
Ms Sandra Joy Pitcher, SA
Professor Barbara Ann Pocock, SA
Associate Professor Michelle Slatter, SA
Archbishop Philip Edward Wilson, SA
Dr Mohamad Abdalla, QLD
Mrs Shelley Argent, QLD
Ms Hazel Douglas, QLD
Ms Valerie Thelma French AM, QLD
Revd Dr Catherine Laufer, QLD
Mr Alex James McDonald, QLD
Mr Michael O'Neill, QLD
Ms Zoe Scott Rathus, QLD
Dr Wendell John Rosevear, QLD
Mr Iqbal Singh, QLD
Ms Jessica Catherine Wellard, QLD
Ms Indigo Willing, QLD
Dr Adam Matthew Tominson, NT
Mr Galarrwuy Yunupingu, NT
Mr Fadi Abdul-Rahman, NSW
Dr Mark Bagshaw, NSW
Ms Elizabeth Broderick, NSW
Mrs Katrina Clark, NSW
Professor Julian Disney, NSW
Mr Paul Andrew Evans, NSW
Ms Maree Ann Faulkner, NSW
Reverend Keith Vincent Garner, NSW
Ms Kerry Graham, NSW
Ms Sara Haghdoosti, NSW
Ms Lisa Harvey, NSW
Ms Corinne Kemp, NSW
Dr Marie Leech, NSW
Ms Nickky, McColl Jones, NSW
Ms Cathryn McConaghy, NSW
Ms Jayne Meyer Tucker, NSW
Mr Daniel Petre AO, NSW
Mr James Allan Pitts, NSW
Father Christopher Riley, NSW
Associate Professor Alison Ritter, NSW
Ms Anne Miriam Robinson, NSW
Ms Roslyn Sackley, NSW
Ms Tirrania Suhood, NSW
Ms Kathleen Swinbourne, NSW
Adjunct Professor Clyde Spence Thomson, NSW
Mrs Julie Margot White, NSW
Ms Maayan Adler, ACT
Ms Toni May Bauman, ACT
Major General William James Crews, ACT
Professor Ann Harding, ACT
Ms Lin Hatfield Dodds, ACT
Ms Joan Anne Hughes, ACT
Associate Professor Michael Herbert Levy, ACT
Mr Francis Gerard Quinlan, ACT
Mr Xian-Zhi Soon, ACT
Mr Quang Ba Thich, ACT
Mr Ahmed Fahour, VIC
Ms Linda White, VIC

The Productivity Agenda (education, skills, training, science and innovation)
Ms Sarina Bratton, WA
Mr Alan Cransberg, WA
Professor Jeanette Hacket, WA
Ms Liz Harris, WA
Ms Marilynne Paspaley, WA
Ms Natalie Tabbah, WA
Dr Subho Bannerjee, VIC
Ms Michelle Bissett, VIC
Professor Brian Caldwell, VIC
Professor Mark Considine, VIC
Mr Michael Julian Cooney, VIC
Dr Terrence Austin Cutler, VIC
Professor Peter John Dawkins, VIC
Ms Leanne De Bortoli, VIC
Mr Peter Kevin Dorling, VIC
Ms Patricia Faulkner, VIC
Professor Joshua Samuel Gans, VIC
Mr Angelo Gavrielatos, VIC
Dr Nicholas John Gruen, VIC
Professor Elizabeth Harman, VIC
Dr Ian Harper, VIC
Ms Bee Ho Teow, VIC
Prof Dr Marcia Lynne Langton, VIC
Mr Ken Loughnan AO, VIC
Mr Christopher Jonn Lovell, VIC
Ms Lucy Macali, VIC
Professor Geoff Masters, VIC
Professor Barry McGaw, VIC
Dr Zoe Morrison, VIC
Mr Andrew Norton, VIC
Mr Frank Oberklaid, VIC
Mr Anthony Pratt, VIC
Ms Sally Margot Sinclair, VIC
Mr Steven Michael Skala, VIC
Ms Judith Sloan, VIC
Ms Rosa Storelli, VIC
Professor Leon van Schaik, VIC
Ms Jane Bennett, TAS
Professor Jonathan West, TAS
Ms Barbara McPherson, SA
Ms Karen Moses, SA
Ms Gerri Walker, SA
Mr Rod Camm, QLD
Ms Deb Daly, QLD
Ms Sandra Harding, QLD
Ms Tania Major, QLD
Professor Bruce David Muirhead, QLD
Dr Chris Sarra, QLD
Professor Collette Tayler, QLD
Professor Jeannie Herbert, NT
Ms Yasmin Allen, NSW
Associate Professor Marian Baird, NSW
Professor Deb Brennan, NSW
Ms Jennifer Buckingham, NSW
Ms Allison Burgess, NSW
Ms Gillian Calvert, NSW
Dr Rachael Claire Cooper, NSW
Mr Cholmondeley (Chum) Darvall, NSW
Mr Jihad Dib, NSW
Ms Marion Fitzpatrick, NSW
Mr William James Frewen, NSW
Professor Bryan Malcolm Gaensler, NSW
Mr William (Sam) Jeffries, NSW
Ms Catherine Brighid Livingstone, NSW
Mr Patrick McClure AO, NSW
Ms Julie Moss, NSW
Mr Dave Oliver, NSW
Ms Marie Persson, NSW
Professor Janice Reid AM, NSW
Mr Peter Francis Waters, NSW
Dr Fiona Quality Wood, NSW
Professor Sharon Joy Bell, ACT
Mr John Braithwaite, ACT
Professor Jack Caldwell, ACT
Professor Bruce James Chapman, ACT
Rev Monsignor Tom Doyle, ACT
Mr Bob Gregory, ACT
Dr Andrew Leigh, ACT
Ms Rachel Peck, ACT
Mr Phillip Clarke, NSW
Ms Gail Davidson, VIC
Mr Tony Keenan, VIC
Mr Jeff Lawrence, VIC
Mr Peter Noonan, VIC
Mr Bill Scales, VIC
Mr Keith Spence, WA
Ms Helen Wyatt,
Mr Mandawuy Yunupingu

Towards a creative Australia
Mr Matthew Lutton, WA
Mr Marshall McGuire, WA
Ms Shelagh Magadza, WA
Ms Margaret Seares, WA
Ms Louise Adler, VIC
Mr Stephen Armstrong, VIC
Ms Geraldine Barlow, VIC
Ms Jennifer Margaret Buckland, VIC
Mr Robert John Connolly, VIC
Ms Alison Croggon, VIC
Ms Phoebe Rebecca Dunn, VIC
Ms Kristy Edmunds, VIC
Mr Saul Eslake, VIC
Mr Richard Gill, VIC
Ms Corinne Grant, VIC
Mr Andrew Kay, VIC
Ms Ana Kokkinos, VIC
Ms Ramona Koval, VIC
Ms Rachael Bronwyn Lucas, VIC
Ms Susan Mary Maslin, VIC
Mr David Graeme McAllister, VIC
Dr Julian Meyrick, VIC
Ms Jan Minchin, VIC
Mr Rupert Myer, VIC
Ms Sue Nattrass AO, VIC
Mr David John Pledger, VIC
Professor John Redmond, VIC
Dr Astrid Elizabeth Grace Wootton, TAS
Professor John Coetzee, SA
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Postby Angela Helleren » Wed Apr 09, 2008 2:00 am

I decided to write to Senator Penny Wong and Mike Kelly MP, and let them know about NSF benefits and my disappointment to find Peter Andrews and his many years of experience, had missed out on the Summit list. I also thought while I was at it, I would inform them that communitys are forming their own Chapters but governments could be funding NSF Training programmes. Peter's graduates could then roll out across the country helping communities, schools & councils to implement NSF.

It's only been 2 days so, I'll get back to you when I get a reply .. :roll:
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Postby duane » Fri Apr 11, 2008 8:54 pm

Well done Angela....keep us posted.

Meanwhile this arrived in my Inbox today from GetUp.

"Dear Duane,

Only 1000 people will be deliberating Australia's future at next week's 2020 Summit - but that's not to say your voice won't be heard. Incredibly, 118 of the chosen delegates are GetUp members, including our Executive Director Brett Solomon, so we're starting a conversation to make sure that your voice is added to theirs before they begin their dialogue about Australia's future.

Have your say on what you want our country's future to look like on our 2020 forums - and we will deliver your ideas direct to the decision makers heading to Canberra:

www.getup.org.au/2020

The forums have been started by GetUp members attending the Summit, and they're keen to make sure your ideas are heard. Add your comments and your new big ideas to our online forums - to make sure the Summit recommendations reflect the issues that are important to you.

The Summit is a golden opportunity to let the Australian Government - and a whole range of people representing the Australian community - know where we'd like our country to go. We'll deliver the top ideas from each forum to the Summit delegates, so add your idea now and vote for the ones you care most about:

www.getup.org.au/2020

It's rare to have such a concrete opportunity to look beyond the immediate political term in Australia - but it's forums like these where nation-building ideas are born. This is your chance to let those on the inside of 2020 know what you think.

Thanks for making it happen,
The GetUp team"


LET"S SEE IF WE CAN PUT A CASE TO THE GETUP TEAM!!!!

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Postby Angela Helleren » Sat Apr 12, 2008 9:30 am

Thanks Duane.
As a member of GetUp, I too received an email. I have left a very brief message under the Water Conservation section. I hope many others will take the time to get the NSF message out there to the wider community and the 2020 Summit.

Those who have formed Chapters, those who have seen the benefits through changes on their own properties....you have a platform...please use it to share you personal experiences. :D

Those who don't know of GetUp, they are an online community. Over 280,000 registered members. They raise various issues relating to government policy or lack of in a variety of areas. We all live busy lives and it's difficult to keep abreast of all issues being discussed in political circles. By going to the GetUp site you will see various issues and opinions of other members. You have the opportunity to throw in your two bobs worth and should a petition be drawn up on any issue, you can sign online if you choose to. There are no fees. Donations are welcome/accepted for the running cost of the site/staff.
Industry's have their advocates....and the ordinary citizen now has GetUp! :D
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Postby duane » Tue Aug 05, 2008 1:56 pm

We finally heard back from Anna Rose, Campaign Manager for GetUp's Climate Team.

After sending a copy of Peter's book BFTB and the NSA's dvd on NSF, many phone calls later a response finally came back.

"Hi Duane


Thanks for this sample email to our members. I appreciate the effort you put in. I have discussed it with members of the team and decided that it does not fit into GetUp's campaign model or the type of issues we take up - asking for Kevin Rudd to meet with Peter is not one of our campaign goals as part of our climate campaign.


As you are aware, we are already campaigning on climate change as our major campaign, including asking for 50% by 2020 reduction in greenhouse pollution over 1990 levels, no new coal, $5 billion to public transport.


Again, thank you for the time you spent educating us about NSF.


Good luck spreading the word in other ways.


Warm regards,


Anna"

I was asked via another nsf supporter to write a 'dummy campaign' email to see if NSF might get some support from GetUp.

Here is the draft letter I sent to Anna Rose at her beheest:


GetUp!
Action for Australia



Australia’s answers to climate change



The Australian landscape holds most of the answers to Climate Change. How would you feel if you knew that Australia’s natural landscape had all the answers to climate change?

How would you feel if you knew that in the Australian landscape there was a model of how the Murray Darling could be saved and returned to full functionality?

How would you feel if you knew that Australia’s unique landscape could sequester all of Australia’s annual CO2 emissions using only plants?

And how would you feel if you knew that Australia’s water resources could be secured for all future generations?

The geological evidence of Australia’s past shows that the country has over time changed from desert to rainforest and it has recovered from vast climate changes and from every climate extreme.

There is no doubt that the Earth is undergoing climate change. But increasing CO2 is only a manifestation of the real cause of climate change. The real cause is the reduction globally of the Earth’s green surface area and the resultant loss of the cooling effect plants have on the world’s climate.

Everywhere in the world where vegetation has been systematically removed and the landscape drained, desertification has followed. You only need to look at the Middle East and North Africa….once the Garden of Eden and the Fertile Crescent.

This Australian landscape has coped with climate change many times before and recovered. How did it do this? It evolved an ingenious system of water and fertility capture, which keep the landscape fully hydrated and fertile.
Click on http://www.naturalsequenceassociation.org.au/ and


This is the KEY to Australia’s future on climate change. Peter Andrews, the founder of Natural Sequence Farming, has developed working models, which show how these unique features of our landscape operate. Yet Governments have ignored his plea’s for thirty years.

Now that the death of the Murray Darling IS imminent, it is high time the Government looked at Peter Andrews’ natural landscape solutions. IT DOES PROVIDE POSITIVE SOLUTIONS TO OUR MOST PRESSING ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS.

Sign the petition to PM Rudd to take a serious look at Peter Andrews’ solutions:
"Dear Mr Rudd
All Australians have the right to expect that their environment will support them and future generations.
The world is currently beset by the problems of climate change and global warming. Peter Andrews has been advocating for thirty years that the solutions to these problems lie in our unique environment. As Australian Prime Minister you should have the courage to look at the solutions Peter Andrews says that are in this landscape which can save the Murray Darling and reverse the effects of global warming.
We demand that you act immediately to investigate the solutions to our water and climate issues by meeting with Peter Andrews and investigating our landscapes natural sequence components as a framework for Policy to protect Australia’s future generations."

......end of draft.

It was very disappointing for Getup not to at least give an undertaking to look further into the importance of Peter's work and for their team to seek greater clarity and understanding into NSF, rather than just dismissing my letter.


Anyone, so inclined may wish to contact GetUp at annarose@getup.org.au to put their view. I know a lot of people who view this website will be disappointed with the response from the GetUp organisation.



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How sad it is as we watch our great country slip away....

Postby webmaster » Tue Aug 19, 2008 12:20 pm

I just had to comment on the insanity and ignorance shown by these people who are in a sacred position of trust.

Surely their role is to help steer this country onto a road as productive as possible yet, time after time we experience so many clueless people in positions of strength with the ability to actually make changes, show their ignorance and or self interest.

I for one am tired of being pushed around by these politician buffoons who have been elected to look after and nurture our suburbs and rural areas, but who actually believe they are there for their own careers and self improvement.

Maybe we are beyond help as it seems the big corporations control them and they are not going to give up their hold unless there is a full on fight.

I, as single soul with no ability to coerce or lobby in a serious way, can see no change in the immediate future and feel that it will only happen at a time when the masses get so fed up that the media decide they better act on their behalf and allow them to elect someone who really gives a damn about all of us and what we care about.

I personally don't care if they are a lawyers, academics, fish'n'chip owners, farmers or bartenders. If they love this country enough to go against the odds like David did with Goliath and they are prepared to face up to the wall of ignorance to make the 'bite the bullet' changes that need to be made... they have my vote!!

They can't do worse than what is happening now. What is needed is common sense. not corporate cents.

Well thats' how I feel!

Imagine how someone like Peter feels when he KNOWS what can be done to fix many of our sustainability and environmental problems and they simply ignore him and the facts. How many others who have new answers about many of our other problems are beiong ignored?

Many say the world is on the brink of a financial disaster that we have never seen before and yet we treat our greatest assets such as our land and water like a monoply game.

It's time a good percentage of our 20 million population stand up for themselves and demand to be treated with respect. They nearly did it 3 or 4 years back but the media and both parties made sure that came to a quick end. So much for our brand of democracy.

In a secular and spiritual way... May God Bless Australia and all who sail in her.



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