Hello possum! Join our creative geocaching adventure

Hello possum! Join our creative geocaching adventure

With the help of a little hand-held technology, geocaching brings hide and seek into the 21st Century. It's free, fun for all ages and pretty addictive. Find out how Ecocreative built a project on this brilliant platform for community engagement, hiding a series of storytelling geocaches across Adelaide and the Mount Lofty Ranges. Read more

The roundabout way

The roundabout way

Several years ago I applied for a job as a writer with a small company called Ecocreative. I wasn’t surprised when I didn’t get it: I had no professional experience and only a tiny portfolio of work, none of it relevant to the position. I’d applied anyway because I thought it would be a great […]
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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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Education + universities = ?

Education + universities = ?

The tertiary education market is big business. As this market evolves, so too does the opportunity to have unique influence over how sustainability broadens campus experiences, and how students take them into the wider world!
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Here are the options: adapt, migrate or die!

Here are the options: adapt, migrate or die!

Our warming planet has plenty of challenges ahead of it. For much of its plant and animal species there are only three options to survive an increase of more than two degrees: adapt, migrate or die! The Biodiversity Brief and its feature infographic have already made a positive impact with some of Australia's key policy decision-makers. Let's hope this helps us all, including the little Southern Scrub-robin!
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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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