The Council of Churches is a foundation member of the WA Collaboration for Sustainability which each year conducts “Sustainable September”. Sustainable September is an annual communication campaign that demonstrates and celebrates the wide range of activities that are creating a just, sustainable and prosperous Western Australia. Many community groups, State and Local government agencies and businesses have been pro-active in demonstrating sustainability and Sustainable September provides them with an opportunity to showcase their work in this field. See: www.sustainableseptember.net.au for more.
We commend both of these resources to you. You can find these resources on UCA’s Green Church website – green.wa.uca.org.au (they’re under the Worship Resources tab).
Here are some more activities:
Sustainable September at Ross Memorial
Series of presentations on sustainability on Tuesday evenings during September at 6pm.
Tuesday 8th September, 6pm
Gary Warden – Al Gore trained on climate change speaks about the crisis facing the world in relation to rising sea levels, global warming and what we all can do to make a difference.
Tuesday 15th September 6pm
Environmental Sustainability in the city. Perth Council shares its vision for the future and sustainable programs. Living smart, and City switch. Practical ways to reduce our impact on the planet.
Tuesday 22nd September, 6pm
Growing Organic in Pots and Plots – City Farm, an organic community garden, education and network centre, operates on permaculture principles. It promotes healthy urban environments which are productive and diverse.
Tuesday 29th September 6pm
Demonstrating Sustainability – Rockingham Environment Centre. A colunteer community centre demonstrating and teaching sustainability in water, energy, sewerage, gardening, recycling and resusing, support for wildlife, and biodiversity.
Other events at Ross Memorial:
Wednesday 16th September 9-1.30
City Farm Artisans and Organic Growers’ Market
All through September 12-2 daily
Perth Modern School Photography Exhibition-Year 9 students capture extraordinary images of nature.