Partnerships Benefits and Process

Partnership and Benefits Process


The Sustainable Living Infrastructure Consortium (SLIC) is a not for profit research and innovation hub supporting the provision of “Sustainable Living Choices”.

The Sustainable Living Infrastructure Consortium comprises partners from across the Sustainable Living Choices delivery sectors, both nationally (Australia) and internationally.

The partners of the Sustainable Living Infrastructure Consortium include but are not restricted too:

  • Universities,
  • All levels of government,
  • Community housing Associations,
  • Peak and professional bodies associated with SLIC vision delivery
  • Research organisations
  • Finance and investment organisations
  • Housing development companies
  • Consultant organisations associated with SLIC vision delivery
  • Individuals


The Sustainable Living Infrastructure Consortium is a free open  (no partnership cost) association which continually looks for new partners to enhance the vision to be a leader in the facilitation of “Sustainable Living Choices”. 

Benefits to partners of the “Sustainable Living Infrastructure Consortium” (SLIC) are the connectivity with national and international, organisations and individuals committed to facilitation the “on the ground” delivery of “equitable and sustainable living environments”.

Partners help deliver the SLIC vision by active participation in a knowledge platform which enables consortia partners to openly contribute to the body of knowledge leading to “Pathways, Policy & Place” via third party high quality independent research and review provided by the whole SLIC consortia community both nationally (Australia) & Internationally.


Those interested in becoming a partner of SLIC can should contact Professor George Earl on the following email



Find out how to become a partner of SLIC
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