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6 08, 2018

Science Corner Edition 1 – Coal

By | 2019-11-11T15:45:38+00:00 August 6th, 2018|CERES Education, Energy|0 Comments

Ever had a burning science question that felt too silly to say out loud, or that lead you down a Wikipedia hole? CERES Energy Education Coordinator Tom Lang wants to answer it! Send your "how does that work?" question to sciencecorner@ceres.org.au and Tom will put his brains to work to find out. Here's Tom: [...]

27 07, 2018

Living with Integrity

By | 2019-11-11T15:45:58+00:00 July 27th, 2018|Plastic Free July|0 Comments

By Freya Wrigley While most people would jump at the chance to label themselves as Superman, April Seymour feels more connected with the identity of Clark Kent. Last week I caught up with April after hearing she had committed to reducing her plastic consumption over five years ago. I found someone who ‘models a [...]

20 07, 2018

A Plastic Free Community

By | 2019-11-11T15:46:24+00:00 July 20th, 2018|Plastic Free July|0 Comments

By Freya Wrigley It is easy to view #PlasticFreeJuly as the experience of giving up plastic, a process that is inconvenient and challenging. Focused on the benefit it will bring to the planet, it is easy to miss other impacts closer to you. My conversation last week with Victorian educator and powerhouse Kirsty Costa [...]

9 07, 2018

Plastic Free July Kit

By | 2018-07-09T15:49:20+00:00 July 9th, 2018|Plastic Free July|0 Comments

by Freya Wrigley Signing up to cut plastics out of my life this July was exciting and overwhelming, particularly as half the time I’m not even sure whether some items contain plastic or not. Now 9 days into the adventure of Plastic Free July, I imagine some of us are on target while others [...]

2 07, 2018


By | 2018-07-09T10:36:47+00:00 July 2nd, 2018|Plastic Free July|0 Comments

It’s cold outside - and the perfect time to get crafty! There are some plastics that seem unavoidable. There are those insidious plastics that carry the products we can’t live without and use everyday. They are the ones sitting on the shelf of the supermarket or chemist that we’ve been lead to believe are [...]

22 06, 2018

Meditation Garden Presentation

By | 2018-06-22T10:26:25+00:00 June 22nd, 2018|Community Groups, Spiritual Ecology|1 Comment

Presentation of the final detailed design by Philomena Manifold and Phillip Pender. Attended by Sophia Spring, Melbourne Zen, Melbourne Insight, CERES Site Team and the general public. The day started with a warm introduction from Nick Curmi followed by a guided meditation led by Sieta Beckwith. Standing on the Earth, in front of the [...]

27 04, 2018

Down on Joe Sgro’s farm

By | 2018-04-27T12:42:22+00:00 April 27th, 2018|Organic Market & Grocery|0 Comments

Emma from CERES Grocery headed off to Foothills Organics to visit all those delicious greens which are weighing down our shelves this time of year. Loads of fun was had earlier this week riding around in the back of Joe Sgro's mini 4WD ute while he gave us a tour of Foothills Organics farm. Awesome to see growing in [...]

15 01, 2018

Unlearning in India — Day 1 & 2: The Dharavi Community and Shikshantar People’s Institute For Re-Thinking Education and Development

By | 2018-02-05T07:43:41+00:00 January 15th, 2018|CERES Global, India|0 Comments

Guest Post by Dr Ben Habib From 2nd-12th December 2017 I co-facilitated a CERES Global tour to India, themed around sustainable development, permanent culture and un-learning. My focus for the tour was to collect data for my research project on permaculture as a transnational social movement and to learn more about alternative education models as a [...]

8 11, 2017

Strategic Spatial Framework – The Owl Plan

By | 2017-11-08T14:32:07+00:00 November 8th, 2017|Around Site, Board Updates|2 Comments

Help CERES plan for flexibility CERES Community Park in East Brunswick covers 4 hectares and is packed with activities, users and structures. To guide its evolution in a manner that best uses our finite space and avoids constraining future opportunities as activities thrive or change, there is need for a guiding plan for the [...]