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Latest posts

  1. A bridge to safety — June 14, 2018
  2. Eco-savvy Business — June 7, 2018
  3. Volunteer wanted : Marketing/Communications — October 23, 2017
  4. Beautiful Barks — September 23, 2017
  5. 2017 Annual General Meeting — September 1, 2017

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A bridge to safety

Human development, especially roads and freeways, can isolate wildlife and prevent them from moving from one area to another. This is especially detrimental in times of drought and bushfire. Sutherland Shire Environment Centre would like to invite you to join our campaign to ameliorate the effects of isolation of the Royal Reserves from the surrounding …

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Eco-savvy Business

Here’s an opportunity to promote your business, become a leader in your field and help the planet at the same time. Sound worthwhile? Why not enter your business – or a business you support – for the new environmental Sustainability Award. The award is being sponsored by Sutherland Shire Environment Centre as part of the …

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Permanent link to this article: http://ssec.org.au/eco-savvy-business/

Volunteer wanted : Marketing/Communications

After 25 years, Sutherland Shire Environment Centre is in need of a facelift. You will probably have studied Marketing and Communications and you will be a social media whiz. The position is unpaid but would make a great addition to your portfolio when you drive our membership through the roof and increase recognition of our …

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Permanent link to this article: http://ssec.org.au/internship-available-marketingcommunications/

Beautiful Barks

SSEC member and local artist, Liz Donley, has generously donated her painting “Beautiful Barks”, to help raise funds for the Centre. The contemporary work (valued at $550) consists of a diptych acrylic painting on canvas set in a white timber deep-set frame. It was based on the eucalypts, scribbly gym glyphs, and angophoras which are …

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2017 Annual General Meeting

The Annual General Meeting of Sutherland Shire Environment Centre Inc. will be held at Uniting Church, Flora Street, Sutherland, on Thursday, 21 September 2017 at 7.30pm.(see map below).   The Sunny Shire group will give a short presentation about our very popular “bulk solar” campaign. This project has really taken off across the Shire, being …

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Permanent link to this article: http://ssec.org.au/2017-annual-general-meeting/

A new community energy campaign

Sunny Shire is a new community energy campaign in the Sutherland Shire. We want to help the Sutherland Shire community get the benefits of renewable energy and energy efficiency such as cost savings, self-reliance, resilience and lower impact on our environment. How will we do this? We hope to kick start many activities that enable …

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We can win this war on trees

…and you can help. Some of our Councillors are trying to pass a motion that will give open slather to tree removal across the Shire. They are saying that this is necessary because residents are unable to remove “dangerous” tree. THIS IS SIMPLY NOT TRUE. Sutherland Shire already has policies in its DCP to easily …

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Permanent link to this article: http://ssec.org.au/we-can-win-this-war-on-trees/

Calling all nature-loving filmmakers and photographers

Be part of co-creating an historic film We’re calling on up and coming filmmakers and photographers, who are passionate about about nature, and want to get involved in cocreating a community-driven film about the Royal National Park (RNP) and Royal Reserves. You will be involved in making a film that will form part of a …

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Permanent link to this article: http://ssec.org.au/calling-all-nature-loving-filmmakers-and-photographers/

Sydney bus campaign urges consumers to go vegan

A provocative advert by the Vegan Society of NSW on metro bus routes throughout Sydney asks people to rethink their eating choices in the run up to Christmas ‘Why love one and eat the other?’ This is the question Sydneysiders are being asked to consider as they make preparations for their holiday season dinner and …

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Permanent link to this article: http://ssec.org.au/sydney-bus-campaign-urges-consumers-to-go-vegan/

Baird’s bad laws for nature

Leading ecologists say the land-clearing controls in the Native Vegetation Act have prevented more than 1 million animal deaths over 10 years – that’s more than 100,000 native animals who have escaped death each year thanks to the Native Vegetation Act. Read more. Any laws that replace the Native Vegetation Act must strengthen protections for …

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Permanent link to this article: http://ssec.org.au/bairds-bad-laws-for-nature/

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