Category: Networks

Cumberland Land Conservancy (Sydney)

Cumberland Land Conservancy (CLC)

The Cumberland Land Conservancy (CLC) is a volunteer operated not-for-profit organisation established to protect and restore the natural environment of western Sydney. Its core purpose is to acquire and conserve land locally for conservation purposes.

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Guidelines for rural and urban partners to carry out volunteer tree planting projects in rural areas

Guidelines for rural and urban partners to carry out volunteer tree planting projects in rural areas

The Guidelines for rural and urban partners to carry out volunteer tree planting projects in rural areas have been produced as an outcome of the successful “Building Bridges to Boorowa” program (this program is discussed in the North Shore care in

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International Society of Biourbanism

International Society of Biourbanism

The International Society of Biourbanism is a not-for-profit scientific network for high-quality research, theory making, education, and practice in urbanism and architecture. It supports the exchange and dissemination of knowledge about biourbanism as a new epistemological approach to cities and

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UrBioNet: A Global Network for Urban Biodiversity Research and Practice


UrBioNet brings together researchers, practitioners, and students with an interest in biodiversity in cities. It provides a forum for discussion, data sharing, and collaboration on topics relevant to urban biodiversity research, management, design, and planning.

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LOCAL video and social media channel


The world is currently on the cusp of a creative, sustainable renaissance fueled by smart technology, regenerative design, urban food systems, neighborhood energy renewal, and community collaboration. LOCAL is here to tell the stories that will inspire even more of

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Canberra Nature Map

The Canberra Nature Map project allows the community to report rare and endangered plant sightings and any of the many treasures in and around the Australian Capital Territory (ACT), and view the results.

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Wild Melbourne

Wild Melbourne is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the protection of Melbourne’s environment and to teaching people the importance and majesty of native species and landscapes, from Port Phillip Bay to the high country.

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Global City Teams Challenge

Cyber-physical systems (CPS), sometimes referred to as the Internet of Things (IoT), involves connecting smart devices and systems in diverse sectors such as transportation, energy, manufacturing, and healthcare in fundamentally new ways. Cities and communities around the world are increasingly

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Riverspace – A new space for wetlands, rivers and people

The Australian River Restoration Centre (ARRC) and the Murray-Darling Wetlands Working Group have established the Riverspace website to create a space for people to share knowledge about rivers and wetlands. Become part of the community by featuring your projects on

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Help HOPE promote sustainable living in your community!

You or your community group/organisation are invited to join HOPE (Householders’ Options to Protect the Environment) Australia Inc. and learn more about sustainable living. Membership of HOPE is free and open to anyone, including individuals, families, businesses and community organizations.

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