Our Partners

 

Green Cross Australia would like to genuinely thank the following individuals and companies that have supported us in so many ways since our inception.

 

Without their kind and generous support we would not be where we are today!

 

We are grateful to The Charitable Foundation for offering backbone support since mid 2014, during a time when our more nimble, contract based delivery model has been established.

 

Partners supporting the project hub

ArupLogo Arup proudly provide us with pro bono office space.
Minter Ellison proudly provides us with pro bono legal advice.
Velocity Rewards x 175 Thanks to Virgin Australia, Velocity members can convert their points into a donation.

Green Cross Australia regularly features partnership sessions at this major sustainability forum.

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Pureology is a global Green Cross partner and in Australia has supported various local initiatvies through fund raising
ratecity Each year, RateCity donates a percentage of its online revenue to us. RateCity founder Andrew Willink provides invaluable digital strategy advice.
Cosmos_small COSMOS kindly donates free advertising space in their award-winning magazine and banner ad space on their website. Editor Wilson da Silva assists with science strategy.
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Arete_Logo-RGB_pos Arete Executive provides pro bono executive recruitment support for Green Cross Australia.

 

 

Partners participating in the Business Adaptation Network:

 

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ACT First Partners:

 

We are grateful for the opportunity to work with the ACT Government's Emergency Services Agency in developing the ACT First project. Heartfelt thanks go to the Seven Network for their support in Community Service Advertising


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Harden Up Partners:

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The Australian Government Attorney-General's Department Australian Emergency Management Institute has provided data from the "Capital Disasters Database" to the Harden Up database.

QLDGOVTstacked The Queensland Government has funded Harden Up through the National Disaster Resilience Program, and the Queensland Climate Change Centre of Excellence has provided vital localised temperature and rainfall data across Queensland suburbs.
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CSIRO_Grad_RGB CSIRO's Andrew Ash, Director of the Climate Change Adaptation Flagship, has assisted Green Cross Australia in building a Harden Up research network. Also, CSIRO's Peter Ashworth is on the Harden Up Steering Committee and CSIRO volunteers helped to geospatially locate events for the Harden Up Database.
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LGAQ's Scott Leonard and Michael Dickenson have offered significant support to Harden Up through LGAQ's public engagement program, numerous tech workshops, and as members of the Steering Committee of Witness King Tides.
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Volunteering Queensland's Jelenko Dragisic was instrumental in developing the Harden Up concept and we are grateful that Volunteering Queensland resilience and digital experts have participated in workshops and our distribution strategy.
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The Australian Government Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency has funded the Witness King Tides project.

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ABC Open offers its digital story-telling platform to survivors to 2011 events through Harden Up.

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Insurance Council of Australia's database of insurance claims is featured on the Harden Up database and we are working with ICA to develop an insurance support tool as well as retrofitting information on Harden Up.
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Property Council of Australia supported a Cyclone Hypothetical

in 2011 and has been instrumental in spreading the Harden Up message through its conference program and publications.

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Residential Tenancies Authority has developed a resilience guide,

which helps tenants and landlords communicate and prepare for major weather events.

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James Cook University has offered technical expertise in our cyclone preparedness advice and tips area including supporting and developing the "personal resilience plan". Various technical reports from the Cyclone Testing Station have been included as background Harden Up information.

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C and R Consulting generously offered support for Harden Up content development during critical phase when database and resilience tips were under development.

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The United Nations International Strategy for Disaster Reduction has lent its powerful logo to Harden Up in recognition of its support for this program.

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The State Library of Queensland has offered its wonderful historical archive of major weather events photos to Harden Up.

 

 

 

 

 

Green Lane Diary Partners:


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Polycom supports Green Lane Diary as part of its international live video education program and has provided GCA with a Polycom unit, which allows Green Cross Australia to participate in regular international school video events.
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Sustainable Insight donates books to the Green Lane Diary program, which includes a youth book review segment. Sustainable Insight also provies books as prizes for the rewards ceremony.

or_sigg_logo SIGG gave the core grant that founded the Green Lane Diary program in Australia. They offered SIGG bottles as prizes for the 2010 and 2011.
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CSIRO promotes the diary through their youth education programs. Each year, we feature a fun page on how kids can get involved with science.

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Primary Perspectives Kids Radio features regular diary heroes telling their sustainability stories.

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The Queensland Government Department of Education, Training and Employment has played an instrumental role in developing and promoting the Green Lane Diary program, which included links to the EarthSmart School program. We are grateful for their financial, educational content and operational support.

 

The Queensland Government Department of Environment and Heritage Protection (formerly DERM) has sponsored the diary and each year including participation in the awards ceremony.

 

The Queensland Government's TravelSmart program has linked strategically into Green Lane Diary content to encourage students and parents to use active transport.

 

SEQ Water supported the 2001 Green Lane Diary program, including educational materials about the water grid.

tennetworklogo_thumbnail Network Ten's contribution to the Green Lane Diary program in 2010 and 2011 was sensational. Ten launched the program through community service announcements, and featured regular stories on Toasted TV. The 2011 awards ceremony was led by Toasted TV's presenters.
Energex_logo110 Energex generously supports the Green Lane Diary.
gbca250 The Green Building Council Australia generously supports the Green Lane Diary

The Courier-Mail Education Supplement regularly features large, multicolour cartoon based articles launching and celebrating the Green Lane Diary.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Future Sparks Partners:


SEIU002_Final_RGB_Colour_Option Clean Energy Council of Australia has offered its map of all Australian renewable energy projects for the Future Sparks website. And supports distribution for the FS program through its networks.
CSIRO_Grad_RGB CSIRO education has developed an energy educational module for Future Sparks including fact sheets about energy. We are very grateful for CSIRO's distribution of Future Sparks to its various youth education programs.
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The Australian Government Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency funded Future Sparks under the 2011-12 climate grants program.

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National Science Week and Questacon are hosting the FS awards ceremony at Questacon during 2012 National Science Week.

 

 

 

Extreme Weather Heroes partners:


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Seek Volunteering adopted our Extreme Weather Heroes by launching them on their Volunteering Unplugged website.

 

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The Weather Channel featured a banner add on their website for Extreme Weather Heroes

 

 

 

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These emergency volunteering agencies generously offered young emergency leaders at Extreme Weather Heroes events between 2009 and 2011.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Build it Back Green Partners:

 

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Alternative Technology Association is our technology partner for BIGB, assisted with developing the Green Building Guide and has led numerous workshops and community programs to support Build it Back Green

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Green Building Council of Australia has included Build it Back Green in a number of major conferences as well as through their online and print communications programs. GBCA participated in the Qld Build it Back Green 2011 workshop.

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Property Council of Australia has repeatedly featured Build it Back Green in its publications as well as giving Green Cross Australia speaking opportunities to reach its important audience. PCA participated in the Queensland Build it Back Green 2011 workshop.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Witness King Tides Partners:

 

Log0_SLS_QLD-3d Surf Life Saving Queensland offered a young Tide Tracker to lead the Witness King Tides websites and public recruitment drive. SLSQ materials were used throughout the website and surf life saving clubs from right around the Queensland coast came out to take photographs on the day.
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Queensland Centre for Photography kindly promoted Witness Kint Tides to their members and community.

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Australian Coastal Society assisted Witness King Tides with promotional support.

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2008 People's Assembly Partners:

 

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Griffith University generously supported our 2008 National People's Assembly, offering content, operational, and promotaional support.

 

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Brisbane Festival supported the National People's Assembly as part of the river festival program.


 

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