For most Sydneysiders, NYE is a night filled with fireworks, fun and feasting. But for around 350 proud City of Sydney workers, it’s the most challenging night of the year. This year was no different: they picked up nearly 50 tonnes of rubbish in one night. Meet Bruce, Barry, Jennifer, Larry and Matt as they tackle and tame a sea of rubbish on NYE 2011.
School Community Learning Partnerships for Sustainability Guidebook
By CERES Education – Outreach Team | April 29, 2013
The School-Community Learning Partnerships for Sustainability (SCLPfS) Project was a 3 year project (2009 – 2011) exploring the ways in which Schools and Communities can work together to achieve sustainability […]
Sustainability Policy UYSC 2015
By Upper Yarra Secondary College | December 18, 2014
This is the Sustainability Policy for UYSC for 2015. It includes our goals and commitments for 2015.
Cool Australia’s Energy Audits
By Cool Australia | May 2, 2014
The curriculum writing team at Cool Australia have been busy collaborating with CERES and other leading education organisations to help schools undertake energy audits.
Women Warriors of the Environment
By CERES Education – Outreach Team | April 30, 2013
With our planet in peril and so many of our politicians in denial, more and more private citizens, including writers, feel compelled to take up the battle. US science historian […]
Blog post by Siena
By Trinity Catholic School | June 21, 2017
Animals in the world are hurt by plastic and other kinds of harmful waste. Kids in Trinity are concerned for the marine life and how they are affected by plastic. […]