Tiny Houses • Tiny Villages
Jimmy Hirst is a passionate social entrepreneur actively working towards transitioning the population to a more regenerative, sustainable & socially connective community to help restore quality of life as well as help reduce the impact on the planet so that it may be enjoyed for generations to come
TINY HOUSE VILLAGES
Learn how Future Tiny Villages may offer a solution to many living issues now and into the future. Learn how this more environmentally friendly and socially connective model for future living can help overcome isolation and disconnection and regenerate a more meaningful, affordable, sustainable, humane, and environmentally friendly way to live.
A progressed talk based on fifteen years of personal research focussing on the sociological and technological aspects of future communities.
Jim has had a highly awarded, celebrated and influential career and background in the music & media and innovation & technology industries (pre- and post-Internet) spanning over thirty years which has transformed generations, by socially collaborating and working with successful teams who have changed the way people live.
With an extensive background in social organising and event management, Jim has had a highly awarded, celebrated and influential career and background in music, entertainment & the mass media throughout Australia spanning over 20 years which has transformed generations, by socially collaborating and working with successful teams who have changed the way people live.
Jim launched the polkadot • brand to advocate for affordable eco smart Tiny Houses On Wheels for the mainstream offering more affordable, locally-made housing, off-the-grid, renewable and recycled, climatically efficient, intelligent, Internet and Blockchain-enabled, attractive, economical, easily transportable, safe and secure as well as innovative, smartly engineered dwellings designed to easily plug into holistically integrative and regenerative communities.
This is connected to the polkadot community incorporated association to help advocate, facilitate and build future housing models, one being “mobile eco parks”, through demonstrable public seminars and festivals.
He spent over six years of his life travelling around the globe to the USA, UK & Europe and Africa to research intentional communities and connecting with thought leaders through organisations like the Global Ecovillage Network (GEN), Intl Communal Studies Assoc (ICSA), Permaculture Institute of North America (PINA), NextNow (Silicon Valley), living in world-renowned villages such as the Findhorn (Scotland), Christiania (Denmark), Tamera Healing Biotope (Portugal) and locally The Eco Village at Currumbin, and is a member of many community groups.
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