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CERES Global: India Travel Program 2011 Update

Posted in Events by ceres on September 30th, 2010

14 October , 2010
7:00 pmto9:00 pm
4 November , 2010
7:00 pmto9:00 pm

With our series of community engagement information sessions wrapped up it’s time to start planning our January trip to India. We have a group of enthusiastic people ready to embark on an exciting journey into rural India to share their skills and experience with local NGOs to help support grass roots projects. CERES Global has been working with local people and NGOs for the last six years to support the implementation of a variety of sustainable projects in rural India to benefit the environment and the local community. This January we will be working across all five community engagement areas (Climate Action; Environmental Education; Schools and Kindergardens; Health; and Empowering Women). Some of the work we will be doing will involve:

- documenting the lives of women who belong to a women’s group outside Pitchandikulum in South India;
– developing and trialling a health education program for young women in the tribal village of Pal in Central India;
– visiting a progressive kindergarten group that doubles as an environmental education and women’s support group in a remote community in the foothills of the Himalayas.

There are still places available so if you are interested in finding out more about these projects or have an interest in another area of community engagement (Climate Action; Environmental Education; Schools and Kindergardens; Health; and Empowering Women) come along to one of our Information Sessions:

When: Thursday 14th October, Thursday 4th November

Where: Eco House, CERES Community Environment Park, Lee St, East Brunswick

Time: 7pm – 9pm

Indian snacks and chai will be provided from 6.30pm.

Please RSVP to Vanessa at or on 9389 0183. For more information please contact Vanessa or go to our website for more information

Pedalling Fruit Pickers Project Kit

Posted in Research by Devin Maeztri on November 3rd, 2008

Please find the attached project kit developed by Environment Victoria, “Pedaling Fruits Pickers”

Environmental Victoria

Here is the complete Pedalling Fruit Pickers Project Kit. The outcomes of the projects feasibility research that were conducted during the three month research period are included in the report, as are numerous templates, contacts, models, project budgets and procedures. Read the rest of this entry »

The Tote Shopping Trolley project

Posted in Models by Mark Watson on March 25th, 2008

Round Three Sustainability Fund application for supply and install of 100 trolleys at Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne in conjunction with City of Melbourne, Queen Victoria Market and Metropolitan Waste Management Gposter 1roup

The Tote Shopping Trolley