The Bridging the Gap with Litter Traps Project has seen a total of 21 at-source litter traps, known as Drain Buddies, installed in hotspot locations around Townsville City Council (TCC).
National Recycling Week helps you reduce your waste and recycle right.
For more than two decades, Planet Ark has been stimulating and cultivating positive behaviour change through this highly regarded program. Held in the second week of November each year, we educate and inspire households, schools, workplaces and councils to rethink their rubbish by following the waste hierarchy – reduce, reuse and then recycle.
Climathon is a city-based programme that offers a clear pathway to action and interaction – an opportunity for cities and citizens to co-create local ideas to shared climate challenges. At the core of the programme is an ideathon powered by local organisers; the people who know their cities and climate challenges the best.
Try the Meat-Free Meals Challenge this November by aiming to eat two meat-free meals every week for a month.
To keep you inspired throughout the Challenge month, we have weekly prizes up for grabs for and you’ll also be emailed weekly recipe ideas and cooking tutorials starring Steph De Sousa herself.
Join COOLmob for. amorning tour of Wavertree House as part of Sustainable House Day 2020!
Clean Energy Open Day is an opportunity for the Australian public to visit renewable energy projects and learn more about the benefits renewable energy provides.
In the lead up to Global Climate Change week and in the wake of the ABC series Fight for Planet A, this event looks to inspire positive actions and build community connections in Clarence.
The Council election is on October 24. Postal voting starts October 6. Find out which ward you are in and follow CAM’s coverage on the election and survey results of the candidate on a range of sustainability issues.
The City of Ryde proudly presents the 2020 Sustainable Waste 2 Art Prize (SWAP) exhibition. Bringing together works made from repurposed waste material, this exhibition explores the theme of sustainable living.
Are you keen to connect with your community, clean-up your local environment, win some awesome prizes and groove to funky live tunes? We’re hosting a waste education event called Spring into Scavenge.