More citizen science projects for students

Participation in citizen science projects is not only beneficial for research but improves our capacity to understand the world around us and strengthens our ability to make positive change. Building

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Winter Tips: Stay warm while being energy efficient

Winter in Australia looks a bit different in every region, Darwin locals might be enjoying a perfect sunny day while Tasmanians watch snow fall as temperatures drop to zero degrees

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Citizen science projects for all ages

Are you a citizen? Do you love science? Citizen science experiments allow qualified researchers to leverage observations from the greater community and gather data more efficiently. The term citizen science

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Careers for a Greener Future

Are you passionate about the environment and weighing up career options after high school? A recent poll showed a quarter of students aged 15-18 were seeking a more meaningful career

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Race to Zero – Noosa’s School-Based Behaviour Change

Race to Zero is Zero Emissions Noosa’s school-based behaviour change program.  The energy efficiency education program utilises www.solarschools.net supported by real time data from each individual school meter. Each school

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#BookWeek: Climate Books to Inspire

As climate strikes rage and government debates drag out around the world, there’s no shortage of climate reading. Sometimes boring and often straight-up depressing, it can be a struggle to

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Transforming data from pointless to practical

What could you be doing with your data? Many companies invest in collecting data, but to what end? Today, data is being amassed at ever-increasing rates by governments, multinational corporations,

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Tackling the divide between girls and STEM

What’s needed to inspire better involvement? Despite increased attention on science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) learning, studies continue to show that only a small portion of girls and women

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New Google Tool Can Measure Emissions in Melbourne

The great minds at Google have created yet another experimental tool and this one is particularly cool. Environmental Insights Explorer is a web application that can provide a variety of

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Visualising CO2

Carbon dioxide is all around us and constantly in flux. It’s released naturally through decomposition, ocean release, volcanos, and respiration. Obviously, human activities such as deforestation and the burning of

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