Congratulations Loaf Sandwiches

Congratulations to the team at Loaf Sandwiches for being a finalist in in the Sutherland Shire Environment Centre’s Sustainability Award, presented at the Local Business Awards on 22 August. We love the great initiatives LOAF is taking that contribute to environmental sustainability. LOAF sells reusable cups and was the first…

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Congratulations Arete Organics

Congratulations to the team at Arete Organics for being a finalist in in the Sutherland Shire Environment Centre’s Sustainability Award, presented at the Local Business Awards on 22 August. Arete Organics is Australia’s first wholefood store and cafe to be completely non GMA and 100% organic. As well as making…

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Speaking 4 the Planet in 2017

This year, Speaking 4 the Planet will be held in five local government areas. The theme, Connecting People to Nature, has attracted a lot of interest from schools and local councils. If you are connected with a high school in one of the following local government areas and you want…

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Celebration of the Southern Cross

Saturday 17 October, 6pm At the Tradies Club, Gymea Two-course Dinner for 200 @ $30.00 per head Welcome by Jack Mundey, “Green Bans” Builders Labourers Union Main speaker: Jess Moore, Manager, Green Connect, in Illawarra. Jobs for young people and refugees. High profile, versus CSG (coal seam gas) Music and…

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161st Commemoration of Eureka Stockade

Friday 13 November, 6pm at the Bowlers Club, 99 York Street, Sydney Chinese Banquet for 140 @ $50 per head Welcome by Jack Mundey, President, Commemoration Committee Distinguished speaker: Dr Pat Ranald, Coordinator of the Australian Fair Trade and Investment Network and a Research Associate at the University of Sydney…

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Save Spring Gully

The Spring Gully Protection Group (a sub-committee of Sutherland Shire Environment Centre) is working to protect 5.6 hectares (14 acres) of pristine bushland in Spring Gully, Bundeena, on the southern outskirts of Sydney. The property, formerly known as the “Boy Scouts’ Camp” borders the Royal National Park – the second…

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