Industry News

  • 30th Jul 15 12:00 AM

    Up Front Free Solar

    Do you work for one of the many schools, councils or businesses that have an aim of reducing their energy related carbon emissions but find the up front costs are proving too difficult to overcome? Then Planet Ark Power may be just what you're looking for. Designed specifically for medium-sized organisations it enables the installation of roof-top solar panels with no up front costs. And lower annual power bills.

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  • 29th Jul 15 12:00 AM

    Tree Cheers For Australia!

    Australia has 22 million reasons to celebrate after planting more than 1.3 million trees at this year's National Tree Day and Schools Tree Day!

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  • 29th Jul 15 12:00 AM

    The Only Thing We Have to Fear...

    Fear is a great motivator right? It's used to motivate action in public health and driving campaigns as well as to sell lots of products like security equipment. Many people would argue that the most fearful issue we are facing, as a society, is environmental destruction and climate change.

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  • 28th Jul 15 12:00 AM

    4 Steps to a Naturally Happy Workplace

    The average Australian works 40 hours a week. How they feel while they are at work, therefore, has a big impact on how they feel during the other parts of their life. Being content and happy at work depends on a number elements and one of those, surprisingly, is nature. Here are 4 ways to grow nature time and happiness at work.

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  • 24th Jul 15 12:00 AM

    Tree Cheers For Australia!

    Australia has 22 million reasons to celebrate after planting more than 1.3 million trees at this year's National Tree Day and Schools Tree Day, bringing the total number to over 22 million trees planted by more than 3.5 million participants since our campaign began in 1996.

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  • 23rd Jul 15 12:00 AM

    Have a dirty weekend at home

    There are literally hundreds of National Tree Day events happening around the country this weekend. But if you can't make it along to one of them or can't find one in your area don't feel left out. You can take part at home!

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  • 22nd Jul 15 12:00 AM

    IUCN grants top management Green List award to iconic Doñana

    Gland, Switzerland, 22 July 2015 (IUCN) – One of the most biodiverse areas in Europe – Doñana National Park and Natural Reserve – was granted IUCN’s Green List status today in recognition of the successful conservation efforts of its managers.

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  • 21st Jul 15 12:00 AM

    A Rock 'N' Roll Tree Day

    Aussie legend Jimmy Barnes is best known for the time he spends on stage belting out classic rock songs. Find out what else he does in his spare time!

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  • 21st Jul 15 12:00 AM

    If It Makes You Happy

    When was the last time you got outside and did something fun?

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  • 21st Jul 15 12:00 AM

    Grow Up With Nature - Competition

    How would you like to be in the running to win a #GreenBalloon prize worth $1000 with your family and experience the great outdoors like never before?

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  • 17th Jul 15 12:00 AM

    Australian Alliance of Associations in Education

    The Australian Alliance of Associations in Education (AAAE) represents and speaks on behalf of Australian national professional teacher associations. AAEE are proud to be associated with this body. For more information, visit the AAAE website or view the attached brochure.  

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  • 17th Jul 15 12:00 AM

    AEE Journal Archive Now Live

    Have you recently received multiple email alerts from the AEE Journal? If you have signed up for Content Alerts from the Australian Journal of Environmental Education website you may have received notifications of the archived issues. The good news is, the entire archive of the Journal from 1984 is now live. To view the archives, visit the AEE Journal website then […]

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  • 17th Jul 15 12:00 AM

    Climate change key threat to ecosystems at risk

    Climate change has emerged as a key threat to a diverse range of ecosystems in Australia and beyond, according to studies published in a special issue of the journal Austral Ecology.

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  • 17th Jul 15 12:00 AM

    Grow Up With Nature - Competition

    How would you like to be in the running to win a #GreenBalloon prize worth $1000 with your family and experience the great outdoors like never before?

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  • 17th Jul 15 12:00 AM

    A Rock 'N' Roll Tree Day

    Aussie legend Jimmy Barnes is best known for the time he spends on stage belting out classic rock songs. These days, there's nothing he likes better than spending time in the country with his grandkids.

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  • 17th Jul 15 12:00 AM

    Celebrating an Amazing Milestone

    We think it's pretty amazing that National Tree Day has reached its 20th year. But what's even more amazing is that some site coordinators, like Rae Broadfoot of the City of Sydney, have been there from the very beginning.

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  • 14th Jul 15 12:00 AM

    ABRI Urges Environment Ministers to Support Battery Stewardship

    The Australian Battery Recycling Initiative (ABRI) has called on Environment Minister Greg Hunt and all state and territory Ministers to make a strong commitment to battery stewardship when they meet in Melbourne on 15 July. Broad stakeholder support for a national collection and recycling scheme for handheld batteries has reached an all-time high.

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  • 13th Jul 15 12:00 AM

    ABRI Urges Environment Ministers to Support Battery Stewardship

    The Australian Battery Recycling Initiative (ABRI) has called on Environment Minister Greg Hunt and all state and territory Ministers to make a strong commitment to battery stewardship when they meet in Melbourne on 15 July. Broad stakeholder support for a national collection and recycling scheme for handheld batteries has reached an all-time high.

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  • 9th Jul 15 12:00 AM

    First World Leaders’ Conservation Forum promotes peaceful co-existence with nature

    Jeju, South Korea – The first World Leaders’ Conservation Forum held here (7-9 July) underscored the critical role of nature conservation in peace building and sustainable development. It called for bold leadership at the global and local levels to stop the devastating loss of biodiversity taking place today.

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  • 9th Jul 15 12:00 AM

    Exclusive Discount to the Australasian Waste & Recycling Expo

    The Australasian Waste and Recycling Expo 2015 is on next month providing an important forum for industry networking, innovations and insights. And we have an exclusive discount offer to the event.

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