Our Say: On the right side of history

By Jane Burns Outreach Education Manager Individuals do have a responsibility – to stay informed, be part of everyday solutions such as investing in certified green power for electricity, moving money out of banks, super funds and share portfolios that invest in fossil fuel projects, and demand the politicians make ...
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Our Say: Our children leading the way in climate change action

By Michelle Sanahon Outreach Education Communications Manager The last month has been a busy time with climate change action hitting the streets in over 110 cities and towns all over the world. The School Strike 4 Climate on September 20 attracted an estimated 150,000 people in Melbourne, 300,000 across the country, ...
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Being water wise at Harvest Home

Students at HHPS have become Water wise wizards by taking the water saving pledge. They have proudly become super hero’s fighting the war on wasting water. By not only modelling water wise behaviors: like turning of the tap when brushing their teeth, and taking 2-3 minute shower, students have become respected Hero’s  in saving as much of our water resources as they can. These superhero’s are not only taking those ideas and values home to their parents  but also to their wider community. …. Click here to read on!

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Today we are spotlighting our newest partner, Dr Cranky’s and their impressive bike recycling program in schools!

Working with local schools and their communities, Dr Cranky’s seeks to provide bikes, helmets and locks to those who would not otherwise be able to afford or access them, to ensure every kid has access to a working bike that they can ride regularly. Click here to read on!

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19feb9:00 am4:00 pmRSS Progress Workshop – Southern Metro Region9:00 am - 4:00 pm Cornish College, 65 River End Rd, Bangholme VIC 3175 Event Organized By: CERES

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