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Working with others for change
Greening Australia recognises that lasting environmental change will only happen through the involvement and empowerment of people.
We are committed to protecting and restoring Australia's unique landscapes, but we also know that to be truly effective we must work with others who can help us make a difference. Individuals, community, businesses and government all have a critical role to play in sustaining our natural environment.
In the last five years Greening Australia has:
- Partnered with 10 023 landholders in on-ground projects
- Worked with 1655 schools nation wide
- Trained and educated over 78 000 people
- United with over 42 7888 volunteers
- Organised well over 2000 volunteer events
Every day, Greening Australia staff work with rural and urban partners to develop onground, practical solutions to complex environmental problems such as remnant vegetation protection, river health rehabilitation, biodiversity management and the restoration of agricultural productivity. Greening Australia also recognises that education and training has a critical role to play in addressing these issues and that experts are found everywhere: in communities, in industries and in research centres. Greening Australia works to build networks within and between these groups to promote learning and environmental action.
Greening Australia works with:
- Businesses and communities wanting to make a difference by changing the way they do things, or by changing the way others work;
- Leaders who have the power to effect real change in their community, business, or in government; and
- Individuals and groups who want to make a positive and long-term difference to their local environment.
Learn more about the contribution people make to Greening Austraia's work in environmental protection and restoration by clicking on the projects menu to the left.
Green Corps history
Giving young people the work experience and life skills they need since 2002. More