This Wednesday 17 February representatives from every school in Mosman come together to attend the inaugural meeting of the Zero Emission Schools Network – Mosman. The aim: to take action on sustainability. The Mayor of Mosman, Councillor Carolyn Corrigan, will launch this exciting initiative to help schools establish sustainability programs.
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Zero Emissions Schools is thrilled to have participation from every Mosman LGA school, both public and private, from K-12. Congratulations to:
- Blessed Sacrament
- Sacred Heart
- Mosman Church of England Preparatory School
- Mosman Public School
- Mosman High
- Beauty Point Public School
- Middle Harbour Public School,
- and Cammeray Public School (which is out of catchment but still wants to join).
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A common goal
The aim, says Zero Emissions Schools leader, Jenni Hagland, is to motivate each other by sharing ideas and promoting best practice. Most importantly, the initiative aims to develop more schools sustainability action for communities and bring about broader awareness regarding the climate crisis.
Mayor Corrigan – Mosman Council Mayor, Loani Tierney – Environment Education Officer, Jenni – Zero Emissions Schools Network leader, and Ursula Hogben – Zero Emissions Sydney North Co-Founder, will be at the launch, along with all of the Mosman LGA schools.
Find out more
Watch this space to hear how the meeting goes and how the plans unfold. Meanwhile, you might want to visit Australian Parents for Climate Action. This national group campaigns for funding for solar on schools and childcare centres.
To find out more about Zero Emissions Schools email: email@example.com