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What Inspires Me – Interview with Thomas King

Each month, CERES Education features sustainability ambassadors/educators to find out about what inspires them. This month we interview Thomas King, Founding Director of SayNotoPalmOil.com and winner of the 2015 Victorian Young Australian of the Year Read more...
http://sustainability.ceres.org.au/project/december-specials-on-excursion-and-incursion-programs/

CERES Excursions and Incursions – Christmas specials!

Christmas has come early with these great December Specials on our Excursion and Incursion programs! With 10% off and a FREE CERES Incursion on offer for the first 15 schools, it’s hard to pass this up! Book now to take advantage of this great offer! Read more...
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CERES Training – Check out our great Spring workshops

CERES offers a diverse range of short courses and workshops for people of all ages and abilities. They focus on sustainable gardening, sustainable cooking and sustainable living. CERES workshops are environmentally friendly and soul lifting. Check out Read more...
http://sustainability.ceres.org.au/project/our-say-heart-head-hands/

Our Say – Heart. Head. Hands.

CERES has learnt a lot about Education for Sustainability over the past three decades of educating people of all ages using education in the environment (heart), about the environment (head) and for the environment (hands). It’s quite easy Read more...
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Adopting an orangutan

21st November 2014
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Calculating our Ecological Footprint

14th November 2014

Students at Sherbrooke Community School have been calculating their Ecological Footprint A measure of the impact humans have on the environment is called an ecological footprint. A country’s ecological

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Sustainability Progress

14th November 2014

On Friday November 14, 2014 the Sustainability committee met for another meeting. We worked hard on several policies and continued to work on the Core Module. We examimed feedback from staff and school

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Say NO to Palm Oil!

11th November 2014

Lyndhurst Primary School is saying NO to Palm Oil!       How did this all begin?    During a class meeting, the students in 3/4C discussed the devastating effects that palm oil production was having

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2014 Year Book – Sherbrooke Community School

11th November 2014

Here’s a snapshot of what students at Sherbrooke Community School have been up to in 2014! (You may need to click on the images to be able to read them)            

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Spreading the word

30th October 2014

Solway\’s been sharing the message about sustainability and the importance of drinking tap water far and wide. This week the Progress Leader ran a story about our upcoming sustainable fair, where

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Beautiful benches at CERES in memory of Eric Bottomley

29th October 2014

Launch at CERES of our newly refurbished African Hut and benches to commemorate Eric Bottomley's legacy.

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What Inspires Me – Interview with Thomas King

28th October 2014

This month we feature Thomas King, an inspiring 18 year old student from Ringwood Secondary College and founder of SayNotoPalmOil.com, and 2015 Victorian Young Australian of the Year.

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From CERES to Maccas… a step forward?

28th October 2014

For one young student it was. Nick started a Cert II in Hospitality with us early this year. His teachers now describe it as the turning point in his life.

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Reduce your excursions travel carbon emissions with Fifteen Trees

28th October 2014

CERES and Fifteen Trees have teamed up to make your excursion a sustainable one. Just two trees ($5.00/each) will collect the carbon emissions of your bus trip to and from CERES!

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Sustainability, Asia and Art

24th October 2014

Making a difference for students and endangered species Year 9 students at Heatherwood School have combined learning about Asian art with finding out about endangered animals and what they can do to help.

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2014 Learning Story

22nd October 2014

St. Columba’s Learning Story INTRODUCTION A brief description of your school and school community St Columba’s Primary School is located in the heart of Bayside’s Elwood village. Officially opened

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St Louis de Montfort’s Primary School wins Premier’s Education sustainability award

21st October 2014

St Louis de Montfort's Primary School in Aspendale has won the Education Award in the 2014 Premier's Sustainability Awards for their program - 'St Louis de Montfort’s Leaders in Sustainable Education'.

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Communitity Award Winner

Seedlings’ project wins Premier’s Community sustainability award

21st October 2014

A joint project by five local councils introducing sustainability to our youngest Victorians has won the Community Award in the 2014 Premier's Sustainability Awards.

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CERES Fair Food’s Crowdfunding Campaign

16th October 2014

CERES Fair Food have started a crowdfunding campaign to support local farmers, asylum seekers & CERES by making it easy for anyone to get Fair Food.

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St. Monica’s College Wetlands Development

12th October 2014

  Since 2008 when $50,000 worth of grants were obtained to create a wetlands on our Dalton Road Campus, the wetlands has really developed over the last 6 years. Each years students from our school

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St. Monica’s College Receives Whittlesea Council Grant

12th October 2014

In 2013 we received a $5000 community grant to work with local primary schools to establish or further develop an indigenous garden and/or vegetable garden. Students from St. Monica’s helped to pass

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St. Monica’s College uses Recycled Paper

12th October 2014

Since 2012 when we undertook the Waste Module, we have been using 100% recycled paper in toilets and a biodegradable hand soap. This decision initially met with some concern as the soap dispensers had

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Ride2School Award

11th October 2014

Every year Solway participates in National Ride2School Day which is organised by the Bicycle Network of Australia. In Term Two Solway won a bike rack because we had a huge number of students ride, walk

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Tap water in use

11th October 2014

Problem: For our school fair in November we need to sell water, but don’t want to add to landfill. Solution? Getting these refillable water bottles made, which will be pre-filled with tap water and available

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