Starting a waste free lifestyle

USC Eco have decided that with our members having so much knowledge and potential to offer that we would start sharing posts more often! To start us off for 2018 we thought we would share our top tips to living a waste-free lifestyle. My biggest struggle in transitioning to this lifestyle was the amount of … Continue reading Starting a waste free lifestyle

2018 Co-director nominations are now open!

Calling all expressions of interest! With the 2017 co-directors on the move it is now time to say goodbye and usher in a new team for 2018! Expressions of interest are officially open and we welcome anyone who is dedicated, passionate and eager to get the ball rolling for 2018 to nominate themselves. In 2017, … Continue reading 2018 Co-director nominations are now open!

Noosa Biosphere Day volunteer opportunity

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY! Noosa Community Biosphere Association are looking for volunteers to help with Noosa Biosphere Day: Date: Monday 2 October 2017 Time: 10:00am-3:00pm Noosa Biosphere Reserve Foundation is partnering with Noosa Community Biosphere Association to celebrate 10 years of their UNESCO MAB Reserve with Noosa Biosphere Day 2017. USC students are invited to get involved … Continue reading Noosa Biosphere Day volunteer opportunity

Meet our new members and find out what’s happening in Semester 2, 2017

It's been almost two months since the World Environment Day Festival at Cotton Tree. How time flies! We had an awesome day, promoting our campaigns, networking with local environmental groups and meeting a bunch of great people! After a short break, we're back and ready to go again. We met some new faces at O'Week … Continue reading Meet our new members and find out what’s happening in Semester 2, 2017

2015 Plans for USC Eco

The new semester is almost here and so are all our new campaigns and events including Earth Hour, NVDA workshops, doco screenings and discussion nights! Our main event this semester will be around Earth Hour. This year, the theme in Australia is the impacts of climate change on Australian farmers and food. We'll be educating … Continue reading 2015 Plans for USC Eco

Solidarity with the Pacific Climate Warriors

USC Eco stand in solidarity with the Pacific Climate Warriors who are paddling out tomorrow, in hand-built traditional canoes, directly into the oncoming path of coal ships coming from the world’s largest coal port – Newcastle. For 20 years they have asked world leaders to take action to stop polluting the atmosphere, but with greenhouse gas … Continue reading Solidarity with the Pacific Climate Warriors