Sustainability is a pressing issue that continues to gain widespread attention. Businesses and institutions across various sectors – including schools – are seeking out smarter and greener practices to help deliver a greener future.
A New South Wales-based school has become the first in the state to sign onto a Corporate Renewable Power Purchase Agreement (PPA), which will see it powered by at least 90 per cent renewable energy, using wind and solar power. Read more
In a webinar by Flow Power, presenters Stephen Au who manages Flow Power’s renewable portfolio, and Flow Power Business Development Manager Tricia Lorenzo, discuss how schools can go 100% renewable by accessing Corporate Renewable Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs).
The Bostik Smart Schools program is offering primary students across Australia the chance to win a share in $21,000 worth of grants and prizes for their school, by entering a unique craft project inspired by this year’s theme of environment and sustainability.
In celebration of National Water Week, running from 21-27 October, Smart Approved WaterMark has launched a national competition that encourages students to share what they think and love about water for the chance to win water efficient products for their school.
Australia will ensure the costs of higher education are sustainable and keep a strong focus on students’ needs as part of changes announced on 18 December, says Minister for Education Simon Birmingham. Read more