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Green Cross Australia invites you to the launch of a critical new online resource which will help ACT residents prepare for severe weather events.
Its always difficult to think of recovery as events unfold. Our thoughts are with everyone in NSW affected by the 2013 bushfires. But we have learned that innovative thinking is of the essence as bushfires unfold.
Hear advice from the CSIRO on bushfire resilience and recovery.
The 2013 edition of the prestigious Right Livelihood Award was presented to Green Cross International's Dr Paul Walker, director of our Environmental Security and Sustainability (ESS) programme, for his work to rid the world of chemical weapons.
The Know Risk Network is a series of online and mobile tools designed to help you better manage risk in your everyday life.
Green Cross Australia was thrilled to be named as Climate Adaptation Champions for 2013 due to our great work on the influential Harden Up project.
After weeks of hard work learning all about the solar industry in both Australia and overseas, we finally launched our latest program: every rooftop - and boy were we excited!
Our CEO Mara Bun has been honoured as a global leader in the field of sustainability. She is listed alongside Novel prize winners, scientists, architects, writers, designers and artists in the 100 Global Sustain Ability Leaders
In early September 2012, Harden Up - Protecting Queensland reached a double milestone. Statistics on the involvement map show that over 6,000 people have started a plan. In addition this, Queenslanders have logged over 14,000 actions.
Our disaster resilience portal won a High Commended award at the Public Relations Institute of Australia's Queensland Awards Night.
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.