Nature Play SA is off and running!

Nature Play SA is off and running!

Ecocreative is proud to reblog this introduction to Nature Play SA and their mission to get kids back into nature.
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We’ve helped NRM get creative since 1998

We’ve helped NRM get creative since 1998

We are working towards a more sustainable society as a business and as creatives, in supporting individuals and organisations focused on positive change. And that applies to plenty of people in natural resource management (NRM). If you're one of those people and we have not worked with you yet, then it's the right time to be reading what this, perhaps our most promotional blog post ever!
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Take a peek at our new co-working habitat!

Take a peek at our new co-working habitat!

Ecocreative are becoming part of the co-working community with an exciting move to Hub Adelaide!
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Sustainability and behaviour change

Sustainability and behaviour change

Not long ago, our CEO spoke to people at the Interpretation Australia national conference, Future Challenge, about how the marketing and advertising industries could inspire interpretive specialists. Here's a bloggified version of the presentation.
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Stop your engines!

Stop your engines!

Carbon is one of the most contentious issues plaguing us today. Riding to work or study is a zero-carbon form of transport (if you get your bike second-hand from a scrap heap and hold your breath, that is…but let’s not go there). The fact is, cycling (a form of active transport) is infinitely cleaner and less taxing on the planet’s resources than most other forms of getting around.
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Learning through life

Learning through life

Education is a funny thing. We are educated through our own experiences, good and bad. Knowingly or unknowingly, we pass this knowledge along to people in different fields, across generations. We're more interested here in the more deliberate forms of knowledge sharing: the work of teachers and lecturers; explorers in community engagement and extension; the managers of people and places for sustainability... and what we have learned as a creative team along the way.
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Bringing parklands into our streets

Bringing parklands into our streets

Australia is one of the most car-dependent nations on Earth. And Adelaide is one of the flourishing outposts of the PARK(ing) Day movement, helping convert car parks into people places.
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Revangelism and Pecha Kucha

Revangelism and Pecha Kucha

Earlier this year, CEO Matthew Wright-Simon presented his 6-minute 40-second 'Pecha' for Pecha Kucha Adelaide. Drawing its name from the Japanese term for the sound of 'chit chat', it rests on a presentation format that is based on a simple idea: 20 images x 20 seconds. It's a format that makes presentations concise, and keeps things moving at a rapid pace.
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