Have you seen the Gymea Lillies in bloom in Royal? Check out Bob Crombie’s great pics in the Leader. Catch up with the latest from the Leader ecoNews https://ssec.org.au/econews/
SO SHIRE hosted a beach and land clean up as well as an information and reusable product stall with War on Waste Sutherland Shire as part of the Cronulla Surfing Academy’s Shire Shred at Wanda on 19th May! What a stunning Autumn day in the shire and wonderful community engagement….
SECOND ANNUAL PLASTIC FREE JULY CLEAN UP WITH SEA SHEPHERD Plastic Free Sutherland Shire which is the first focus initiative of SO Shire (Sustainable Organisations of the Sutherland Shire) in partnership with Sea Shepherd Marine Debris Campaign (Sydney branch) held their second collaborative annual Plastic Free July clean up at…
Visitors to Royal have doubled over the last 10 years, but NPWS has had its budget slashed over and over again. Our parks are suffering! Catch up with the latest from the Leader ecoNews https://ssec.org.au/econews/
Go SO Shire! Sarah-Jo and Brett Lobwein are doing a great job cleaning beaches, raising awareness of single-use plastic and helping people imagine a world without it. Catch up with the latest from the Leader ecoNews https://ssec.org.au/econews/
Chris Minns is right: we need sustainable, efficient public transport not more private tollroads.
Do you sell sustainable products, use sustainable packaging or recycle your waste? Do you make choices that are good for the environment as well as good for your customers? Why not enter nominate your business for the Sustainability Award of the Local Business Awards for 2019? Sutherland Shire Environment Centre…
So proud of these Kirrawee High students taking a stand for climate action. Time to boot the dinosaurs out! 🦖🦕🦖🦕🦖🦕🦖🦕🦖 TheLeader_2019-05-15_p25 Catch up with the latest from the Leader ecoNews. <ssec.org.au/econews/>
SO SHIRE will be hosting a beach and land cleanup and information and reusable product stalls as part of the Cronulla Surfing Academy Shire Shred at Wanda on 19th May !!! As part of #YouthWeek2019 this is a surf and community event for groms of Sutherland Shire that is open…
“I am too young to vote, but we want to encourage those who can to support candidates who will take action on climate change and give us a future.” — Sophia Chakma, Kirrawee High School [image: TheLeader_2019-05-08_p04.jpg] Catch up with the latest from the Leader ecoNews.