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Exciting news! The Solar Impulse around the world flight is underway, currently in Japan (you can track the flights at the link we have provided!) Find out why Solar Impulse is supporting Green Cross International...
Between December 2014 and February 2015, nine Brazilian STEM students studying at the University of Melbourne will dedicate their internships towards the Witness King Tides program in Melbourne. King Tides are predicted for Melbourne between December 26 and 29, peaking at 7:45am in Melbourne on December 27.
In 2014 Green Cross Australia is leading a huge waste pick up across Queensland and we want your school to get involved!
Coastal communities in South Australia have come together to photograph and share images of their king tides as a part of the Witness King Tides project.
Green Cross Australia needs your help! We've launched our first Kickstarter crowd-sourcing campaign to raise $17,000 to produce the 2014/2015 Green Lane Diary program.
Zombies took over Canberra's Old Bus Depot Markets, using their powers for good to promote Green Cross Australia's new disaster preparedness program, The Age reports...
Witness King Tides began early in 2014, with the first king tides hitting many Australian coastal areas over the New Year. ABC News reported on the program from Tasmania, where the tides were particularly noticeable.
Extreme weather in Queensland and Australia is intensifying, but is climate change the culprit? Read this fascinating article by The Courier Mail's Leisa Scott, featuring Green Cross Australia CEO Mara Bun.
The Canberra Times has covered the official launch of ACT First, reporting that, "Too many Canberra residents are failing to take simple steps to safeguard their families and properties against storms and floods."
Green Cross Australia joined forces with 150 volunteer computer ‘hacktivists’ across Australia, for the December Random Hacks Of Kindness event in Melbourne. They joined hackers around the world in a global jam to software-solve real-world problems relating to community orientated issues, including Green Cross Australia's Witness King Tides project.