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Green Lane Diary wins Australian Web Award

29 Oct 2010

Green Cross Australia's Green Lane Diary website is the proud winner of the 2010 Best Education Website Award at the Australian Web Awards.

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Joint Media Release: Commonwealth Attorney-General and Minister for Emergency Services: Sixty-eight projects to boost natural disaster resilience

26 Oct 2010

Sixty-eight projects worth more than $26 million will be undertaken across Queensland to enhance community resilience to natural disasters, Federal Attorney-General Robert McClelland and Queensland Emergency Services Minister Neil Roberts announced today. Green Cross Australia's HardenUp.org was one of the grant recipients.

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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.

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Radio National's Fran Kelly: School children track their environmental impact

22 Jun 2010

Thirteen thousand students across Australia are about to record their daily impact on the environment in a project called Green Lane Diaries. Radio National's Fran Kelly reports.

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Education Views: Eco diary helps keep it green

16 Jun 2010

An international award-winning sustainability initiative is coming to Queensland schools in their Year of Environmental Sustainability. The Green Lane Diary is a free curriculum-linked education program for students aged 10-12 years being championed by Green Cross Australia. The Department of Education and Training is a Gold Sponsor of the Green Lane Diary.

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Gold Coast Mail: Inspiring kids to save the planet

14 Jun 2010

Tallebudgera Valley State School captain Ari Pollet has been inspired to think green. The launch of Green Cross Australia's new environmental project the Green Lane Diary encourages younger generations towards a more sustainable and greener future. Last Friday more than 10,000 primary school students across more than 80 schools in Queensland became the first in Australia to participate in the new green program. Gold Coast Mail reports.

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Green Lane Diary: Turn over a green leaf

11 Jun 2010

Albany Hills State School was the scene on Friday for the launch of a green diary that will be rolled out to 10,000 students in the state. Students from the school will be among the first to record their eco-friendly actions in the diary in a bid to make preserving the environment a way of life. The Green Lane Diary was instigated by humanitarian environment group Green Cross Australia, which aims to encourage creative ideas that could help shape our environmental future. Pine Rivers Press reports.

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The Courier Mail: Green kids for a greener world

08 Jun 2010

Sustainable living is the message of a new interactive learning tool. Green Cross Australia's Green Lane Diary is an exciting new and free environmental education program. The Courier Mail's Poppy Masselos reports.

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Bovis Lend Lease supports Build it Back Green

03 Jun 2010

Bovis Lend Lease recently hosted a luncheon in support of Green Cross Australia's Build it Back Green Queensland initiative to begin planning how the community can rebuild large scale sustainable infrastructure in the event of Queensland's next major weather disaster.

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Biome supports Green Cross Australia

25 Mar 2010

Green Cross Australia would not be able to do the work that we do without the valuable support and donations from individuals and companies around Australia. We'd like to take this opportunity to spotlight Biome Eco Stores and give them a huge thanks for their continued support - including events, donations and Facebook campaigns!

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