Media Releases

The media release section is for journalists students and researchers who need the latest information on Green Cross’ activities. Feel free to contact us if you require images and further resources for publication.

Urbane’s Alejandro Cancino hosts Real Food Bright Future

09 Sep 2014

Brisbane’s top rated chef Alejandro Cancino will hold a sustainable night of canapés and cocktails on Tuesday 23 September. Join Green Cross Australia, Costa Georgiadis and Food Connect at Brisbane’s most awarded restaurant, Urbane, to celebrate the return of Queensland’s environmental mojo!


Townsville responds to Yasi-like storm

29 May 2014

A monster category five cyclone tore through Townsville with a large storm tide in a hypothetical event which put emergency management plans to the test.


A heated conversation

27 Mar 2014

Melbourne prepares as the IPCC releases their latest report. What would happen if six days of over 40 degree weather hit Melbourne in 2025?


Capture Australia’s King Tides

19 Dec 2013

Coastal communities across Australia are being asked to start the New Year by photographing January's king tides as part of the Witness King Tides project. This initiative aims to help picture the threat posed by sea level rise.


Australia's first environmental iPad magazine for students

17 Aug 2012

Green Cross Australia has launched the first interactive iPad magazine designed to bring environmental education to young Australians. The Green Lane Diary iPad magazine is right at the cutting edge of digital communications, with playful features allowing students to swipe and tap to reveal information, play videos and even interact.


Green Lane Diary Awards Ceremony

17 Nov 2010

Green Cross Australia hosted the Inaugural Green Lane Diary Awards Celebration to honour a handful of students and classes that stood out from over 14000 amazing participants in our pilot program this year.


Be prepared! Storm season is on its way

04 Nov 2010

Leading insurer Suncorp, and Green Cross Australia are joining to bring a series of Storm Season Community Forums to regional Queensland this month. Hosted by Green Cross, and supported by Suncorp Insurance, these free community forums aim to raise awareness about severe weather trends, storm preparedness and green response.


Build It Back Green website launches thanks to Victorian Government Sustainability Fund

04 Oct 2010

Green Cross Australia is proud to announce that Stage One of the Build It Back Green website has launched thanks to Victorian Government Sustainability Fund.


Green Cross Australia applauds UN recognition of safe drinking water and sanitation as a human right; calls for Australian leadership

02 Aug 2010

The United Nations' 3rd Commission of the 64th General Assembly made history by overwhelmingly adopting a resolution proclaiming the Human Right to Safe drinking Water and Sanitation. Presented by Bolivia and 33 other States, the resolution received 122 votes in favour, no votes against and 41 abstentions, including Australia, the US and UK.


Last chance to move into the Green Lane

06 Jul 2010

The Green Lane Diary is a curriculum linked education program designed by environmental educators to help children become aware of the stresses our planet confronts and how sustainable living can make a difference.


Extreme Weather Heroes Wins Interactive Media Award

04 Aug 2009

Green Cross Australia’s “Extreme Weather Heroes” campaign has won an “Outstanding Achievement” Interactive Media Award from the “Interactive Media Council”, a prestigious global network of web professionals based in New York.


Neighbourhood heroes launch into Greenfest

22 Apr 2009

On Sunday morning, Green Cross Australia gives Brisbane families a chance to meet a few members of a new generation of heroes at a neighbourhood fair in Perrin Park, Taringa.


Aussie youth called to become emergency volunteers

19 Feb 2009

Young emergency volunteers have been actively involved in the brave fight against Victoria’s tragic fires and their aftermath - but the bulk of Australia’s 500,000 emergency volunteers are aging along with our population. As temperatures rise and rainfall records break, we need young Australia to rise to the challenge of protecting people, property, and the environment.


Future-proof our extreme weather response

12 Feb 2009

As the nation confronts our largest natural disaster, the challenge of preparing for a hotter extreme weather future becomes apparent. is the world's first social network designed and led by young emergency volunteers.


Green Star Awards to honor leaders in environmental emergencies

18 Nov 2008

The launch of the first Green Star Awards, organised by a triumvirate of leading international environmental and humanitarian agencies, aims to draw attention to the importance of efforts to reduce the impact of large-scale environmental emergencies.


Citizens’ Panel calls for urgent action on sea level rise

03 Sep 2008

While US and Caribbean citizens battle with the onslaught of Hurricane Gustav, a Citizens’ Panel of ordinary Australians concluded twelve weeks work on how to tackle sea level rise in the Asia Pacific by handing their recommendations to Howard Bamsey, Australia’s Special Envoy on Climate Change.


Australians take action to keep their heads above water

05 Aug 2008

Fourteen ordinary Australians, a panel of experts and an ambitious environmental organisation are tackling one of Australia’s key climate change issue – rising sea levels. As part of Riverfestival 2008, Green Cross Australia is holding the National People's Assembly Consensus Conference at Queensland State Library on 29 and 30 August to recommend a national response to rising sea levels.


Call for Citizen's Panel

04 Apr 2008

Green Cross Australia and Griffith University seek twelve members of the public to participate in Australia’s 2008 consensus conference: A People’s Assembly - Sea level rise and population displacement in the Asia Pacific.


Green Cross opens its doors in Australia

15 Jun 2007

The Green Cross, an environmental initiative founded by former Soviet leader Mikhael Gorbachev, opened its first Australian office in Brisbane yesterday.

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