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12 05, 2017

A brighter green future

By | 2017-05-12T12:16:38+00:00 May 12th, 2017|CERES Outreach|0 Comments

The future is bright for green jobs with skills sets such as biofuels research, wave energy producers, solar cell technicians, next generation battery engineering, plant genomics, wind energy workers, and urban food growers to name a few jobs among the estimated 15 – 60 million green jobs that may be on the horizon. If [...]

6 09, 2016

CERES Community Environment Park – finalist in the Premier’s Sustainability Awards 2016

By | 2016-11-10T10:30:19+00:00 September 6th, 2016|CERES Education|0 Comments

We are excited to announce that CERES Community Environment Park has been selected as a finalist in the Education category for this year's Premier's Sustainability Awards for our program CERES Education and Training: Teaching all Generations for Future Generations. Sustainability Victoria Chief Executive Stan Krpan congratulated the CERES team for our great work in reducing [...]

24 08, 2016

A case for funding Sustainability Coordinators in schools

By | 2016-11-10T10:30:19+00:00 August 24th, 2016|CERES Education, CERES Outreach, Sustainable Schools|0 Comments

Schools can be well placed to provide a learning environment for educating the next generation of sustainable leaders. What sustainability looks like at each school is of differing kinds and degrees but based on the elements of the ResourceSmart Schools program model, a main contributor to engaging the school community in sustainability is an emphasis [...]

13 07, 2016

What do wetlands and seaweed farming have in common?

By | 2016-11-10T10:30:22+00:00 July 13th, 2016|CERES Education, CERES Outreach|0 Comments

Eco solutions Naturally occurring biological, chemical or physical processes have mitigated or deferred global warming for millions of years by accumulating and storing carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere in the process known as carbon sequestration. However, depletion of the natural world and an over accumulation of human generated carbon sources have produced dangerous levels of [...]

17 11, 2015

Let’s stop and smell the roses

By | 2016-11-10T10:30:25+00:00 November 17th, 2015|CERES Education|0 Comments

Did you know, that despite not having noses, male moths can detect a female’s scent from up to 11 kilometres away using their antennae? How amazing the world around us is! I am a self-confessed “Earth-nerd”. I love learning of the different ways that species can connect with each other, how our bodies work and [...]