Comprised of the country’s leading experts on climate, health, renewable energy and policy, the Climate Council also has a strong team of staff and a community of volunteers and supporters backing their work. They are responsible for getting climate stories into the media, producing reports, and correcting misinformation for the public interest, as well as promoting solutions to climate issues, such as transitioning to renewable energy.
The Australian Conservation Foundation (ACF) prides itself on being Australia’s national environment organisation. ACF is an independent, community-funded non-partisan body made up of 70,000 people, dedicated to speaking up for “the air we breathe, the water we drink, and the places and wildlife we love.”
What is International GIS Day? Good question. But first of all, what exactly is GIS?
GIS stands for Geographic Information Systems.
According to the GIS Day official website, “GIS is a scientific framework for gathering, analysing, and visualising geographic data to help us make better decisions."
Founded by Australian environmental nonprofit Planet Ark, National Recycling Week has been established for 25 years. It offers a unique opportunity for councils, businesses, schools and individuals to build upon their recycling knowledge, and highlights the importance of practicing good recycling habits.
Australian Pollinator Week is a week designated to acknowledge Australia’s unique insect pollinators. During this week, community, business, and other organisations can come together and raise awareness of these special insects and the vital role they play in pollination.
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Access to clean, fresh water is vital to our daily lives, so being wise with water is essential. That’s why the Australian Water Association started coordinating National Water Week. National Water Week is held every third week of October to help spread awareness across Australia of the value of water as a resource.