Author Archives: Trish Hindmarsh

Trish Hindmarsh

About Trish Hindmarsh

Dr Trish Hindmarsh is an educator and associate of Catholic Earthcare Australia. She lives in Tasmania and is actively involved in Concerned Catholics Tasmania (CCT) and Women and the Australian Church (WATAC). She is the author of 'Care for our Common Home: An Australian Group Reading Guide to Pope Francis' Laudato Si' (2015).

Short-termism is the enemy of good governance

Deeper thinking, even during this critical impasse we are facing, must underlie the monumental decisions being made about where to splash the cash, where to invest in skills development, which industries to encourage and which to phase out.

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Ecological Conversion

Are there shy signs of a new era emerging as humanity faces this pandemic? Could we be moving towards a more ‘woke’ state, leaving behind something of our 2019 ‘zombie’ selves, heads cowed over smartphones?

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Knockers or Rockers of the Barque of Peter?

Let’s not entirely knock the six Theme Papers from the Plenary Council Writing Groups.

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