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Lock The Gate

by Andrew Cox December 28, 2016

Lock The Gate

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by Andrew Cox December 28, 2016

For 60,000 years, Australia’s traditional owners managed the delicate balance of the Australian environment, but what does that care of country look like in a modern context? Seed is Australia’s first indigenous youth climate network, protecting country and culture against the effects of climate change and fossil fuel extraction, fighting for climate justice and a sustainable future for young indigenous Australians. Help them send young people into remote communities in the Northern Territory to spread the word.

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by Andrew Cox December 28, 2016

Uluwatu has been a holy place for the Balinese for centuries, and since the early ‘70s has become an iconic location for surfers. Its booming popularity however has placed huge development pressure on the area, and with no environmental controls in place, hard rubbish and leaking effluent have flushed down from the cliffs above and into the Uluwatu’s fabled waters. Project Clean Uluwatu was founded by expat surfers, and now needs your help to facilitate the handover of the group’s work to the Uluwatu locals.

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3000 Acres

by Andrew Cox December 28, 2016

The ideas of community gardens and urban agriculture are gaining hold, as blending urban space with green space not only creates oases in a concrete jungle, not only produces food, but brings communities together. 3000 Acres works in Melbourne to help unlock public and private land and turn it into working gardens for the people of Melbourne. Help them build community gardens in Melbourne.

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