Environmental Groups in Canberra ACT Australia

Environmental Groups and Links for Canberra

  • ACT Commissioner for the Environment
  • Canberra Environment and Sustainability Resource Centre – Cnr Lawson Cres and Lennox Crossing, Acton is a grass roots organisation committed to supporting the community of Canberra and the South East region in the advancement of the principles of ecological sustainability and environmental protection through knowledge, education, information and practical application.
  • Canberra Organic Growers Society aims to provide a forum for organic growers to exchange information and encourage the general public to adopt organic growing methods.
  • Canberra's Sustainable House is the premier showcase environmentally friendly home and sustainability consultancy business located in an inner suburb of Australia's capital city, Canberra.
  • The Environmental Defender's Office – (EDO) Ltd ACT
  • Department of Environment and Climate Change NSW
  • Ginninderra Catchment Group – The group aims to advance the health of the Ginninderra Catchment.
  • Mount Taylor Parkcare
  • Gungahlin Community Council – Aims preserve and improve the social, cultural, economic and environmental wellbeing of Gungahlin and the Gungahlin Community.
  • Open Gardens Canberra not-for-profit community association run by volunteers. Their mission is to open gardens in the Canberra region for viewing by members and the public; to encourage sustainable garden practices; and to support community projects and charities.
  • Pedal Power ACT – Promotes the environmental and personal benifits of cycling in the nation's capital.
  • Recycling Near You – a Planet Ark initiative. On this site you can search for information about the recycling and waste services offered by your council. You can also find specific local recycling options for a wide range of products. You can also find reports, guides, links and other recycling information at recyclingnearyou.com.au/education/
  • Save Collector Creek – Collector Calling: 1pm Help save our bridge and our creek. The Upper Lachlan Shire Council plans to demolish Collector's 130 year old timber bridge and replace it with a low level concrete culvert.
  • SEE-Change is a community, not-for-profit group that supports and inspires people to join together and act in a sustainable way. Its activities are practical, and based on local Canberra realities. In addition, its aim is to create workable project models to be picked up by other community groups Australia-wide.
  • Wildcare: Wildlife rehabilitation provider Description: We work to rehabilitate native wildlife within the Queanbeyan, NSW region.

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