The USC Environment Collective (USC Eco) is a student club, affiliated with the University of the Sunshine Coast Student Guild. The club was founded in 2006 by a group of passionate environmental science and sustainability students at USC.
If you are interested in taking an active role in the planning of activities, organising events and will attend at least one USC Eco meeting per semester, you can apply for membership with USC Eco (USC students and staff only).
An informal meeting for members to get together, reconnect after the long summer break, welcome new members and start planning for the rest of the semester.
We are working with Fossil Free Unis Australia and the Sunshine Coast Environment Council to drive a Fossil Free campaign to encourage USC to make a public commitment that they won’t invest in fossil fuels and divest from any current fossil fuel investment.
Cleaning up the beach is one of the most practical ways to save our marine life from plastics and other non-degradable waste. It feels good and it’s super effective. But did you know that 80% of marine debris is from land-based sources? That’s right, it all has to come from somewhere and most rubbish finds … Continue reading Campus clean-up
Beaches from the Sunshine Coast to the Gold Coast have 11.6 items of plastic rubbish per square metre, on average, contributing to almost 14 thousand tons of rubbish entering the ocean from Australia’s coastline on an annual basis (CSIRO 2016).
Get involved with USC Eco hosted and community events.