Our vision is to be a leading online resource for environmental information. Our purpose is to provide clear and informed debate on the state of our environment and to create solutions that help people live sustainably.
A community portal and information hub on freshwater ecosystems in the Melbourne region.
EatTheSuburbs.org is a blog devoted to urban and suburban adapatations to peak oil and climate change, looking towards the positives and opportunities we have available. Central are the concepts of relocalisation and permaculture.
Sustainable community centre at St Albans.
Port Phillip Baykeeper is a community program of Port Phillip EcoCentre Inc in association with Waterkeepers Australia. The current Port Phillip Baykeeper is Neil (Nino) Blake.
People Culture Environment (PCE) was established give the broader community a deeper understanding, respect and connection to Aboriginal Culture and the Australian Environment.
Urban Ecology Australia is a non-profit, community-based organisation, promoting people and nature friendly urban settlements.
Planet Drum was founded in 1973 to provide an effective grassroots approach to ecology that emphasizes sustainability, community self-determination and regional self-reliance. In association with community activists and ecologists, Planet Drum developed the concept of a bioregion: a distinct area with coherent and interconnected plant and animal communities, and natural systems, often defined by a watershed.