Why not? The pandemic has forced into the open certain fallacies about the way work life is structured. Companies that previously required their employees to come into the office have now revealed how easy it is to let them work from home ― freeing them from extended commutes, often by car, in climate-harming rush-hour traffic.
New Zealand is exploring the possibilities, France has a 35 hour week. A small municipal government in Canada is trialing a 4 day work week for 9 months. What could you do?
This social innovation in Queensland has been designed to offer emergency beds to homeless people on the Sunshine Coast, as support agencies struggle to help an avalanche of people caught in the housing crisis.
It will house eight people each night in pods with toilets, air conditioning, wifi and charging stations
The $100,000 bus has been financed from community donations through a campaign that began when a homeless man was killed in his sleeping bag at Maroochydore in 2019.