The Sustainable Schools Network (SSN) advocates for more Educating for Sustainability (EfS) curriculum in Queensland schools. To further this effort, they have curated a Discussion Paper that we’d like to share with you. Your feedback will help shape their message to government officials. We hope this is the start of building a state-based strategy for EfS in Queensland. Please download the Discussion Paper here.
Their website features a number of ‘calls to action’ that the community can engage in https://www.ssn.org.au/discussion-paper, along with a petition that will be presented to State Government: https://www.ssn.org.au/efs-petition-1.
The SSN has also produced a summary document of election recommendations. This can be downloaded here.
We appreciate your support. For more information, please visit www.ssn.org.au.
Engaging community, industry and government to reduce plastic resin pellets flowing into Port Phillip Bay
During July 2018 to June 2020, Tangaroa Blue Foundation staff conducted surveys of plastic resin pellet (PRP) ratings at various points between plastics industry facilities and Port Phillip Bay in Victoria as part of the Operation Clean Sweep® program. These surveys built a picture of pellet loss from point sources at plastics industry facilities across seventeen local council areas, through the environment and into the bay. Read more “Engaging community, industry and government to reduce plastic resin pellets flowing into Port Phillip Bay”