The TRANSFORM Project is a vibrant global partnership, helping to accelerate sustainability entrepreneurship in local spaces.
We work with small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to experiment with fundamentally transformative business models.Learn More
like yours have developed their sustainability practices and business models.
We are a global network of researchers committed to building SMEs’ capacity to accelerate the transition to sustainable and resilient communities. This site follows the research of the ongoing TRANSFORM Project, and presents some of its results and findings. It will develop and grow as the research continues and readers will take different things from it each time they visit.
We’re aiming to show the different pillars and phases of our work, offer a database of our findings, provide small business case studies from around the world in detail and show some of the sustainability practices that those businesses have adopted. Future work includes the development of experiments with small businesses, developing small business capacity to enhance their sustainability practices, the development of resources and tools to support them, and then drawing the findings together, the development of policy recommendations and strategic materials to help high level decision makers create supportive environments.
Local Economic Activity
Social Investments in Local Community
Reduce Distance That Local Food Travels
Agriculture Community Education
Grass Root Innovations, Urban Sustainability Transitions and Challenges – The Case of “Village Zero” in Sandringham, Melbourne
Meet TRANSFORM’s New Team Member, Darin Wahl!
Meet the Newest TRANSFORM Team Member, Herbert Sinnock!￼￼
TRANSFORM Team Members, Dr. Barry Ness and Darin Wahl, Co-Author a New Publication