MEET THE TEAM
CLIMATE AND ENERGY
STOP BAROSSA GAS
LOVE DARWIN HARBOUR
NT GOVERNMENT CLIMATE ACTION SCORECARD - ENVIRONMENT CENTRE NT
NATURE AND WATER
SAVE THE ROPER
MCARTHUR RIVER MINE
ATTEND A CLIMATE CONVERSATION
HOST YOUR OWN CLIMATE CONVERSATION
TRAIN AS A FACILITATOR
TAKE ACTION NOW
CLIMATE ACTION NOW
DON'T FRACK THE ROPER
HAVE YOUR SAY ON SANTOS' BAROSSA GAS PROJECT
SAVE THE ROPER
URGE THE NT GOVERNMENT TO BAN SINGLE-USE PLASTICS!
RAISE YOUR VOICE TO PROTECT DARWIN HARBOUR
WATER MINING? ONLY IN THE TERRITORY - DON'T FRACK THE ROPER - TAKE ACTION NOW
NATURE JOURNALING WORKSHOPS FEEDBACK SURVEY
IT'S SNOWING COTTON - AAMIG'S SCOTT CREEK STATION APPLY TO CLEAR ANOTHER 2000HA FOR COTTON
SAVE THE GOULDIANS
WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU ABOUT THE TERRITORY'S NATURE - TAKE THE SURVEY NOW
FIND THE GOULDIANS - LEE POINT INTERACTIVE MAP
SAY NO TO TOXIC PETROCHEMICALS AT DARWIN HARBOUR!
'DECISION MAKING SO DANGEROUS IT COULD RUN THE ROPER DRY' - PROTECT THE TERRITORY'S WATER TODAY!
BIGGEST WATER ALLOCATION IN THE TERRITORY'S HISTORY
SUPPORT THE TIWI WIN AGAINST SANTOS
NT NATURE LAWS
SUBMISSION TO PASTORAL LAND BOARD - MATHISON STATION CLEARING APPLICATION
SUBMISSION WRITING GUIDES
PRO-FORMA SUBMISSION - 'BEETALOO' WATER ALLOCATION PLAN
FUNDRAISE WITH ECNT
LEAVE A LEGACY
GIFTS IN MEMORY
The Top End Dry Season (online Zoom meeting )
SUNDAY 31 MAY 2020 | 2:00PM - 3:15PM
Join ecologists Dave Liddle, Ian Morris and other guests, with facilitator Lou De Mattia, as we explore how changes in the natural world reveal themselves to us throughout the dry season.
These changes are always around us, available to our senses if we’re open to them – changes happening in the air, sky, plants, animals, coastlines, rivers, forests and woodlands. We can follow the signs of this subtle and gradual natural transformation - from now until the Build Up’s first thunder cracks and storms - a time when seasonal changes become rapid and dramatic. So why not set aside – just for a while - all those tasks and worries from life in our busy civilisation, to tune in to what nature is up to? She's busy as well, if we bother to notice! We’ll have passionate panel members ready with practical clues and examples, to help you follow nature’s changes in this beautiful part of the world. You'll also have the chance to ask them questions via text.
Register here for the zoom meeting link to be emailed to you.
For further information about this workshop, or if you’d like to join our panel, phone Andy Peart on 0429 427 685.
Andy Peart · 0429 427 685
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