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Basil Schur, Green Skills

Basil lives on the south coast of Western Australia. He was born in Zimbabwe in Africa, growing up on a farm and then immigrating to Australia at the age of 18 in 1981. Since his days as a university student in the early 1980s he has been involved in environmental causes, including forest and wetland conservation, anti-nuclear and the broader green movements. Trained as an ecologist and educator he works for a community not-for-profit organisation called Green Skills which is dedicated to education, employment and earth care.

Basil Schur

Together with his colleagues they set out to provide innovative training linked to key environmental projects, to create meaningful and sustainable jobs for the unemployed and to demonstrate green business opportunities. From its inception in 1989, Green Skills has attempted to guide community action to show that positive change is possible. Their success has rested on partnerships between city, country, farmers, agencies, businesses, environmentalists, and the under-employed. They assist all levels of regional and metropolitan communities to effectively implement a vision for a sustainable future.

Green Skills achie­­ves this through the work of their four social-enterprises: Ecojobs, Green Skills Projects, Green Skills Training and Centre for Sustainable Living. With offices in Murdoch, Denmark and Albany, Green Skills delivers strategic programs addressing local, regional and national priorities. Its projects aim to promote biodiversity and ecological integrity; equity and human rights, long-term economic health and personal well being. Green Skills' revenues are invested in capacity building their organisation and financing community environmental projects and community education and advocacy programs. Their project management activities and training and employment programs aim to maximize the involvement of unemployed and underemployed groups, particularly youth and indigenous groups, as well as other disadvantaged groups and those seeking training and employment opportunities in more remote regional area.

In 2010 it was the overall State WA winner in the WA Environmental awards.