Our Say – Chronicles of a novice dumpster diver in Melbourne
A year ago I started working at OzHarvest, rescuing food going to waste and delivering it to people in need around Melbourne. I feel privileged to be exposed to what goes on behind the scenes of the food retail industry. Check out these images that portray Read more...
This month we interview Emma Canning, Environment & Sustainability Leader from one of our most recent 5Star certified ResourceSmart Schools, St. Peter’s Primary School (Epping). Emma’s passion for sustainability and community has created Read more...
CERES Outreach – Energising schools to combat climate change
Energy consumption is Victorian schools’ greatest impact on the environment and a significant contributor to climate change. With the current VIC Government committed to addressing climate change, read about how schools can combat this issue. Read more...
CERES Training – CERES Environmental Education Course
Our Environmental Education Course is back in 2016! This 8 week course is suited for people interested in creating change for sustainability through education and communication. Can’t commit to the full course? Book a session as a one-off workshop. Read more...
At Greensborough we encourage knowledge about healthy eating and knowing where their food comes from. Students are able to garden with the teachers and learn about the different needs of plants. It promotes
During 2015 Melba College staff and students have collaborated with the Gould League to develop a no-dig Edible Forest Garden in the Junior campus school grounds. This collaboration was made possible due
CERES Outreach Education has made a focused effort to further engage the Early Childhood sector following on from the pilot for Sustainability Victoria in 2013-15. CERES proudly assisted two out of the
Our school had a Garden Competition to see which class can grow the biggest vegetable. During this competition, we also linked this activity to our curriculum. Depending on the class, some students counted
By Jane Burns Education Outreach Manager Eco solutions Naturally occurring biological, chemical or physical processes have mitigated or deferred global warming for millions of years by accumulating and
St Joseph the Worker strongly emphasised the importance of reducing wrappers and packaging, and the impact it has on our environment. Valuable information was put in school newsletters, so that the wider
Terra Cycle Colgate Brigade St Joseph the Worker Primary School has signed up to be part of the Terra Cycle Colgate Brigade. The whole school community collects old toothpaste tubes and caps, toothbrushes,
April 2016 Earlier this year CERES Outreach Educator Nick Rickard was asked to judge entries for the inaugral VLGA Climate Awards, and in February 2016 attended the awards ceremony. The awards was organised