EnviroSource is about better environmental outcomes. It's a great place to share ideas and to find out what's happening in the environmental community across Australia. There's knowledge sharing forums, articles and projects on show as well as jobs, tenders, awards, grants and even events. To help you connect with the right people, there's also a directory of environmental practitioners and environmental organisations in Australia. It's all searchable and most of it is free to access.

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Seeking input to a world wide study on the state of reuse of urban recycled water in agriculture. If you're involved with the agricultural use of recycled water, please get in touch to discuss your experiences or contribute to a quick online survey.

Project Stage - Current
Currently seeking volunteers and/or advice from experienced bird watchers. Field work will be undertaken in SE Queensland, predominantly in the Darling Downs and parts of the Brigalow Belt South Bioregion. Please get in touch with Jessica Miller (via the details on her UQ project page) if you'd like to know more.

Project Stage - Current
Living in the suburbs of Melbourne, it’s tempting to think of the environment as something that exists “out there”, beyond the city. So what can people living on a block of land in a typical housing subdivision do to improve the environment?

Project Stage - Current

Currently seeking volunteers and/or advice from experienced bird watchers. Field work will be undertaken in SE Queensland, predominantly in the Darling Downs and parts of the Brigalow Belt South Bioregion. Please get in touch with Jessica Miller (via the details on her UQ project page) if you'd like to know more.

Project Stage - Current

Protecting biodiversity on the Green Line

Suregro - Treemax Australia

The Green Line is a 37 kilometre-long strip of former railway line from Koroit to Minhamite in Victoria. It's home to one of the few remnants of critically endangered woody grasslands that once existed in the south-west and there's now a growing movement to protect and rehabilitate this important area.

Project Stage - Current


Rockhampton, Queensland
Mullumbimby , New South Wales
Townsville, Queensland
Castlemaine, Victoria


by Katherine Barraclough

Dr Katherine Barraclough (a kidney specialist) tells us why she's working to improve environmental sustainability within Victoria's health care system.



by Beth Kramer

We check in with Beth Kramer, Regional Manager at Ecosure's Gold Coast office, and discover a little more about who she is, what she does and why she does it!



by Frank Ondrus

Frank Ondrus, President of HOPE Australia, tells us about what he's doing to protect the environment.




Gold Coast, Queensland
Brisbane, Queensland
Toowoomba, Queensland


by Beth Kramer

We check in with Beth Kramer, Regional Manager at Ecosure's Gold Coast office, and discover a little more about who she is, what she does and why she does it!



by Sandi Middleton

Sandi Middleton shares her passion for the natural world and inspires us through what she's doing to make this world a better place. Photo: Joeanne Fox, Byron Shire Council Mayor Simon Richardson and Sandi Middleton (pictured in the new electric car)!

Sustainability , Biodiversity , Energy


by Frank Ondrus

Frank Ondrus, President of HOPE Australia, tells us about what he's doing to protect the environment.




Brisbane, Queensland
Townsville, Queensland

by Adam Smith

Dr Adam Smith, from Reef Ecologic, shares his passion for the marine environment and sustainability, as well as some of the qualities that drive his commitment to excellence in research and management.

Sustainability , Climate change , Marine areas


by Belinda Callanan

Belinda Callanan, an experienced weed, pest and land management advisor tells us about why she works with land managers to help manage the risks on their properties and ensure the long term sustainability of their operations.

Land management



by Christine Bell

Our environmental issues are often best solved by working working together to consider diverse perspectives and innovative new ideas. But collaboration takes time and just where do we find that sort of help?



by Jessica Miller

Enviro, Jessica Miller, bravely shares her story about making 'the leap' from steady job to a more purpose-filled career.



by Christine Bell

Are you passionate about environmental projects in Australia? Share your experiences with Australia's environmental projects community. And inspire better environmental outcomes! Find out more here...



by Ian Rankine

Algal blooms are an expensive and recurring environmental hazard. A new process uses diatoms to deal with the problem cost-effectively.

Water


Participants at the Ipswich EnviroForum 2016
by Vada Hoger

To promote positive environmental action, we need to Bridge Communication Gaps and engage our communities to take action. Ipswich City Councils share some of the information, ideas, experiences and trends discussed at the recent Ipswich EnviroForum.



by Christine Bell

We're faced with a barrage of environmental issues. We hear about them in the news, we read about them on social media and we see them in our local communities. So are we winning or losing the battle?




by Belinda Callanan

After a day out in the field, what do you do with the weed seeds you find on your clothing? Do you simply brush them off and leave them where you found them? Perhaps you put them in the bin? Or do you just send them through the wash!?!

Land management


by Christine Bell

Our environmental issues are often best solved by working working together to consider diverse perspectives and innovative new ideas. But collaboration takes time and just where do we find that sort of help?



by Christine Bell

A new knowledge hub is highlighting the positive environmental work happening across Australia...





Participants at the Ipswich EnviroForum 2016
by Vada Hoger

To promote positive environmental action, we need to Bridge Communication Gaps and engage our communities to take action. Ipswich City Councils share some of the information, ideas, experiences and trends discussed at the recent Ipswich EnviroForum.



by Christine Bell

We're faced with a barrage of environmental issues. We hear about them in the news, we read about them on social media and we see them in our local communities. So are we winning or losing the battle?





Awards

Closes - Monday, May 1, 2017

Each year Stormwater Queensland conducts their annual Awards for Excellence to encourage and celebrate excellence in the innovation, development, completion and management of stormwater projects and the people involved.

The award categories are:

Queensland Australia

Water , Waterways

Grants

Closes - Saturday, October 1, 2016

The NSW Government is committed to ensuring that our heritage is valued, protected, and enjoyed. The Heritage Grants Program is designed to help communities to know, value and care for their heritage. 

New South Wales Australia

Heritage

Events

When - Tuesday 20 September 2016

EmCon and SETAC Australasia are proud to hold a joint meeting bringing together scientists from across the globe to discuss the latest research on all aspects regarding emerging contaminants and their many degradation products.

Sustainability , Waterways , Cleaner production , Biodiversity

Tenders

Closes - Friday, December 30, 2016

As a premium member, it's free to promote your tenders, requests for quote and any other specific project needs via EnviroSource.

Simply 'add new content / tenders'.


Anywhere in Australia

Water , Waste , Sustainability

Panels

Tweed Shire Council

Expected Renewal Date - Wednesday, January 18, 2017


Tweed Shire Council manages significant areas of natural vegetation, much of which is of high conservation value. Council maintains a panel of providers to undertake restoration and rehabilitation works on Council managed and private lands as required.


Tweed Shire , Australia

Biodiversity

Jobs



Closes - Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Volunteers are currently being sought for a Fraser Island BioBlitz from 28 November to 04 December 2016.

The objectives of the BioBlitz are to:



Queensland Australia

Biodiversity