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SFSF Annual Presentation Days
Each year SFSF holds a special event to highlight the best school environment projects and bring together teachers, students and SFSF sponsors.

SFSF Profile Day


Claire Miller - Environmental Reporter (Extraordinaire!)    Top of Page


Community & Environmental Groups    Top of Page




Creating a Sustainable Future Conference    Top of Page

  • Creating a Sustainable Future 2002 - Earth Sustainability Conference Inc. is an inclusive, non-profit, non-affiliated network of educators, students, community leaders and members of the wider community. We are committed to challenging and enabling students in partnerships with others, to harness their energy, their talents, their creativity and their dreams to create a sustainable future. We are organising a national residential conference at the University of Melbourne which will bring students together to examine what is now recognised as the major issue of our time...
  • Creating a Sustainable Future 2000 - A Conference for senior secondary students - which is not a talk-fest. We, E.A.R.T.H. Inc, are planning a national live in residential conference for Senior Secondary students from rural and metropolitan schools in all school systems in July 2002.



Deep Ecology     Top of Page



EcoNewsletter   Top of Page

  • EcoNewsletters Highlights 2001 Project - As one of the major sponsors of this years EcoNewsletter Parks Victoria help of thousands of volunteers and environment groups continually protects and enhance these natural treasures and encourages people to use them as places to reconnect with nature.    Parks Victoria would like children who have been to a Park either with their school, or their family to write a story about their visit for their school EcoNewsletter complete with photos.   When your group is planning its EcoNewsletter see if you can encourage at least one exciting story about your visit to a Parks Victoria park.... read more (2001)
  • EcoNewsletters Highlights 2000 Project - Schools Schools for a Sustainable Future worked with schools and the community on a range of practical environmental projects. A key project last year was inviting schools across Victoria (and beyond) to produce their own local environment magazine. An outstanding entry from Cobden Technical school. It demonstrated an excellent range of activities and showed how a school can be active in a wide range of environmental programs which provide leadership to the local community. Cobden distributed the newsletter to a number of feeder schools as well as the broader community.



Editorials    Top of Page



Environmental Partnerships in Action    Top of Page



Featured Articles    Top of Page


Local Government     Top of Page



Professional Development Course     Top of Page

Joseph Natoli, pleased to meet you. Click here  to read all about the course.Designed specifically for environmental educators who want to make a difference... course details



Schools      Top of Page



SFSF Community Newsletters     Top of Page

Nillumbik Shire Council - recently sponsored four local primary schools to participate in the Schools For a Sustainable Future program whose aim was to increase awareness about environmental and waste minimisation issues. November 1999

Monash City Council - The City of Monash has sponsored 15 schools over the last four years to participate in the SFSF pogram February 2000

Maroondah City Council - like many innovative local Councils, Maroondah City Council has committed itself to leading their local community to a sustainable lifestyle. In that context it has developed a range of strategic goals for the local environment. January 2000



Sustainable Businesses      Top of Page



Synergy Newsletters    Top of Page

Synergy Vol 1 Issue I - Published in March 1998 and mailed to every primary and secondary school in Victoria, this issue showcases significant contributions to the field of environmental eduation.




Synergy Vol 1 Issue 2 - Published in Ocotober 1999. This issue features the story of how BP Amoco's dedicated staff succeeds in reducing waste at their Melbourne Head Office.



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