education & culture
Home Schooling: Parents as natural teachers of children within the household economy. Waldorf education: Schools based on the educational methods of Rudolf Steiner.
environmetal & garden resources
Connect with the bush
Conservation management plan - pending finalisation Barrenjoey Headland Precinct - draft conservation management plan On public exhibition until 25 March 2012. Garigal National Park - draft conservation management plan for Bantry Bay Explosives Magazine Complex Kosciuszko National Park - Currango Historic Precinct draft conservation management and interpretation plan Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park - draft landscape plan for Barrenjoey Lighthouse
Ever been to Clearwater? Clearwater is a small coastal town in Australia with a very active landcare organisation called the Clearwater Landcare Centre. The centre is run by several permanent staff with the support of many dedicated volunteers. Some of the volunteers have trained at the centre as well. The Landcare Centre also has a very popular website where you'll find a lot more information about what's happening in the Clearwater River catchment area. About This Toolbox
CAMRA (Cultural Asset Mapping in Regional Australia) is a major Australian Research Council and industry funded project running from 2008 to 2013 as a partnership between seventeen organisations, including four universities. CAMRA aims to provide planners, policy-makers and communities with the knowledge they need to make better-informed planning decisions for more effective development of their local arts and cultural industries. It will do this through: <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
The Handbook of Sustainability Literacy: multimedia version. Edited by Poppy Villiers-Stuart and Arran Stibbe You can browse this online resource by chapters from the paperback , additional chapters as well as Video interviews . In this ground-breaking book, leading sustainability educators are joined by literary critics, permaculturalists, ecologists, artists, journalists, engineers, mathematicians and philosophers in a deep reflection on the skills people need to survive and thrive in the challenging conditions of the 21st century. Responding to the threats of climate change, peak oil, resource depletion, economic uncertainty and energy insecurity demands the utmost in creativity, ingenuity and new ways of thinking in order to reinvent both self and society.
AAEE 16th Biennial Conference Canberra 2010: Leading change – Living for one planet. The future depends on ecological sustainability this conference challenge economic, social and political assumptions undermining our capacity to act with hope towards a desired future. A fully integrated youth program ensured this conference inspired commitment to personal and collective action to challenge these assumptions. 2010 AAEE Conference Program AAEE 2010 Conference Referred Journal AAEE 2010 Conference Non Referred Presentations
EcoLogic explores one of the world’s hottest topics today: climate change.
January 2013 26th Australia Day National Australia Day Council www.australiaday.gov.au Phone: (02) 6273 8777 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org February 2013
- 19 May 2012 A BUILDING IS NOT ENOUGH: Occupying a Skyscraper for Art Hundreds of people are blocking a street in Milano protesting for the eviction of a skyscraper of 32 floors they were occupying.