A national recycling competition by TerraCycle is encouraging students to go head-to-head as they collect oral care waste, diverting traditionally non-recyclable items from landfill and giving them a new lease of life.
A new online Learning Centre launched by Junior Landcare features curriculum-aligned activities that aim to encourage young students to be aware, empowered and active in caring for their local environment.
An urban farm incorporated into a Victorian primary school is on the way to producing over 1.5 tonnes of fresh produce a year, providing its students with access to a wide range of fruit and vegetables, and assisting in teaching the importance of growing food and healthy eating.
A new Australian recycling program by TerraCycle is encouraging schools, offices and communities to collect used pens, markers and other writing instruments; diverting them from landfill and transforming them into something entirely new.
FEAST, a new curriculum aligned education program from OzHarvest that inspires kids to eat healthy food, waste less and become change-makers in their local communities will be rolled out across Australia.
According to Senior Business Development Manager at Flow Power, Tricia Lorenzo, it’s crucial for schools to take a forward-thinking approach when it comes to sustainability. She discusses some tips on creating future-proofed school sustainability strategies. Read more