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Latest Stories


Growing Curriculum and Learning Outcomes

Date: 29-May-13
Author: Zo Zhou
Make learning about our natural world exciting, while making your role easier. Leverage free engaging curriculum aligned Schools Tree Day educational resources that can be taken straight into the classroom!

Dig in for the Planet on World Environment Day - Wed June 5

Date: 29-May-13
Author: Zo Zhou
Join Planet Ark's pledge to plant the 20 million seedling since National Tree Day began. Register your environmental commitment and take part in the country's largest community tree planting and nature-care event. Individual actions when multiplied can make an exponential difference to the planet. You can make a world of difference.

NSW EPA seizes records to expose dumping

Date: 27-May-13
Author: Ryan Collins
In a bid to target waste operators hiding contaminated waste in landfill the NSW EPA has appropriated documents and computers from three companies. Read on...

NSW Australian Organics Recycling Association Awards

Date: 24-May-13
Author: Ryan Collins
Nominations close 31 May for the Leadership Awards for Local Government and Industry, celebrating compost innovation and soil improvement. Find out how to nominate...

Wood: Art Design Architecture

Date: 17-May-13
Author: Chris Philpot

Free tickets to Grand Designs Live

Date: 17-May-13
Author: Chris Philpot
For the third year running Planet Ark's Make It Wood campaign will feature at Grand Designs Live and we've got 50 complimentary double passes to give away to our loyal subscribers (valued at $59 each).

TechCollect's Free E-waste Service Lands in Darwin

Date: 17-May-13
Author: Ryan Collins
Special computer and TV collection events this weekend at two locations in Darwin. Find out where and when...

Seedsticks to help schools raise greener funds for Tree Day

Date: 16-May-13
Author: Zo Zhou
Planet Ark is proud to announce that Seedsticks will be the official supplier of specially designed Schools Tree Day seed packs. Teachers and students can bring nature into the classroom or get the community growing to show their support for Australia's largest planting and nature care event! Each pack contains ten seedsticks designed to make planting a breeze, with a range of easy-to-grow natives, herbs and veges. Find out more...

Help Grow Tree Day

Date: 07-May-13
Author: Zo Zhou
Wanting to help more of your network be part of Australia's biggest tree planting and nature care initiative? Find out how a Tree Day event can help foster a love of nature in your community...

The Business of Waste Management in NSW

Date: 07-May-13
Author: Ryan Collins
This convention focuses on the needs of business, waste management, and the role of government. Find out where and when it is to be held...

'Cartridges 4 Planet Ark' turns e-waste into opportunity

Date: 29-Apr-13
Author: Zo Zhou
Printer cartridges contain valuable metals such as steel, aluminium and copper, much of which can be recycled, so it's important that people continue to recycle them. The recycled materials can be turned into pens, rulers, chemical spill clean up kits, and in eWood applications such as park benches, fencing and signs.

'Cartridges 4 Planet Ark' turns e-waste into opportunity

Date: 29-Apr-13
Author: Zo Zhou
Printer cartridges contain valuable metals such as steel, aluminium and copper, much of which can be recycled, so it's important that people continue to recycle them. The recycled materials can be turned into pens, rulers, chemical spill clean up kits, and in eWood applications such as park benches, fencing and signs.

 

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