Live Green Teachers' Network

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What is the Live Green Teachers' Network?

If you are a teacher and interested in the environment, join our Live Green Teachers' Network. The network meets once a term to:

  • hear from guest speakers and Council about how to improve environmental practices at your school
  • facilitate conversations among teachers to share and learn about environmental initiatives
  • support schools involved in the Resource Smart AuSSI Vic program
  • find out about the latest in grants and funding opportunities
  • We also keep you informed through our quarterly newsletter that includes case studies, information on grants, educational resources and professional development.

Fill out this simple form to join Hume City Council’s Live Green Teachers' Network and receive the quarterly newsletter:

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Read past editions of Live Green Teachers' Network News here:

Useful educational resources:

Waste and Litter Education
Hume City Council provides free recycling bins, educational incursions and assistance to schools to reduce waste.

Sustainability Hub, CRES
Information on the Resource Smart AuSSI Vic program including case studies of schools involved in modules.

Resource Smart AuSSI Vic Program
Information about the Resource Smart AuSSI Vic framework and modules.

Cool Australia
Award-winning education for sustainability resources linked to the school curriculum.

Water Watch
An educational program connecting schools and the wider community with river health and sustainable water management issues.

Brimbank Schools Sustainability Resources
Resources supporting those teaching sustainability in their classrooms including the following topics: biodiversity, energy, water and waste and recycling.


Updated : 12:14 PM, 1 December 2014

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