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High Yellow and Kelly Isles, Tasmania
High Yellow and Kelly Isles, Tasmania

EfS Tas Networking Events and SDGs Mapping, Sept 2019

This is a great opportunity to connect with other members of Education for Sustainability plus special guest Costa Georgiadis! As well as networking, this event is an opportunity to find out more about the Sustainable Development Goals, learn mapping methodology and discover how the work of EfS Tas members aligns with the SDGs.

Monday 16th September 2:30-3:30pm
Sustainability Learning Centre; 50 Olinda Grove, Mount Nelson
RSVP for Hobart!

Tuesday 17th September 2:30-3:30pm
West Launceston Primary School; 24-38 Basin Road, West Launceston
RSVP for Launceston!

Wednesday 18th September 2:30-3:30pm
Burnie High School; 43 Fidler Street, Cooee
RSVP for Burnie!

 

Tasmanian Youth Climate Leaders Conference 2019

The Conference aims to equip youth from across Tasmania with the skills to become climate leaders in their schools and communities by creating a project that will make a difference for themselves, their community and the planet. The Conference will focus on the Sustainable Development Goals. It will be hosted by Education for Sustainability Tasmania (EfS-Tas) with convenor Toby Thorpe, the Youth Facilitator at EfS-Tas.

Hobart

Launceston

Burnie

Pre-Conference Teacher Professional Development Session

In the lead-up to the Conference a professional development sessions for teachers is being held in Hobart. We highly encourage teachers of students participating in the Conference to attend.

Hobart

  • WHEN: Thursday 7 March 2019 3:30PM – 5:30PM
  • COST: Free
  • WHERE: Sustainability Learning Centre, Mount Nelson
  • PROGRAM: Download it here

Launceston

  • WHEN: Wednesday 13 March 2019 3:30PM – 5:30PM
  • COST: Free
  • WHERE: Northern Suburbs Community Centre, 49 George Town Road
  • PROGRAM: Download it here

Local Steps Workshops
Sept 28 and 29, 2017

See wrap-up report of this event. Using the UN Sustainable Development Goals as a focus, presentations on best practice initiatives in Tasmania and collaborative workshop activities will help participants identify ways to embed sustainability more securely into their teaching and training practices. For people with an interest in education and sustainability – all are welcome.

September workshop promotion


Community Conversation – sustainable tourism
Sept 6th, 2017

Join Tasmanian tourism operator Ben Rea and a panel of guests in a community conversation about tourism in Tasmania. All are welcome.

High Yellow and Kelly Isles, Tasmania
High Yellow and Kelly Isles, Tasmania