Ethical Decluttering
Get your tickets today before it’s too late!

Come along and discover how easy it is to reduce, reuse, recycle and reward yourself with a simpler life
Whether it is your home or your workplace that needs decluttering you will leave with a better understanding of what your clutter is, and how to responsibly dispose of unwanted stuff
Come along to our evening with Tanya Lewis - The Eco Organiser® and Waste Coach - and discover how easy it is to reduce, reuse, recycle and reward yourself with a simpler life
Tanya’s emphasis is on regaining control over our time and space by using mindful and ethical consumption. Before we buy anything, she challenges us to rethink the following questions: Do I really need it? Will I use it? When I’m finished with it, how can I dispose of it?
Tanya and the Eco Organiser® community has helped divert an estimated 37 000 kg of stuff from landfill, simply by finding good homes for unwanted stuff.
Only $20 plus booking fee at:
The low waste events and education officer from KESAB will be available to answer questions about recycling locally.
Spend the next year decluttering and you could be part of the garage sale 2020.
EESSA Inc has partnered with Adelaide Sustainability Centre to bring you this special event.

Garage Sale Trail

Saturday 19 & Sunday 20 October 2019 Garage Sale Trail is happening right across Australia. This is a weekend that encourages us all to reduce our impact on the planet by putting second hand first.

Go on the garage trail sale at homes, schools or community centres across your local area. In South Australia Garage Sale Trails are being hosted by the following Councils: Barossa Council, City of Burnside, City of Norwood Payneham and St Peters, City of Playford, City of Whyalla, District Council of Yorke Peninsula, Naracoorte Lucindale Council, Onkaparinga City Council, Renmark Paringa Council. Visit the website to plan your trail and buy and resuse:

Transitions Films - Adelaide Sustainability Centre Community Screenings

 Join the Adelaide Sustainability Centre for a series of inspiring community screenings and panel discussions. Events also at Uni SA and Marion Cultural Centre.

4th October – 1st November 2019
Curated by Transitions Film Festival

Tickets now available:

An innovative feature documentary that looks to the future, but is vitally important NOW. Award-winning director Damon Gameau embarks on journey to explore what the future could look like by the year 2040 if we simply embraced the best solutions already available to us to improve our planet and shifted them rapidly into the mainstream. Structured as a visual letter to his 4-year-old daughter.
2040 has partnered with the curriculum experts at Cool Australia  to build a comprehensive package of units of work for upper primary and secondary. These free lesson plans are learning recipes for teachers that utilise short clips from the film to support classroom learning, providing step-by-step instructions, student worksheets and engaging content – all mapped to the Australian Curriculum for Years 5&6, 7&8, 9&10. Schools version available here:

Watts Next is a school energy education program designed to reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions in schools while educating students about energy.

Hands-on, interactive lessons are delivered by a team of energy experts with real industry experience and provide multiple opportunities for STEM-based projects.

Kay Clifford, from Blair Athol North B-7 School, saw the potential of the Watts Next program, and invited Tandem Energy to the school to work with a team of year 6 and 7 students.

"We couldn't be happier with how Tandem has worked in with the children here. They have an innate ability to explain things clearly and their processes and documentation have been great."

Tandem assisted students in analysing the school’s energy data and then invited them to team up to investigate various energy saving opportunities. These investigations were presented back to teachers and other students, as a basis for creating change and developing a school strategy for energy and carbon reduction.

You can learn more about Blair Athol North’s experience in this short video.

For more information, visit the Watts Next website.

The Rockpool

Australia is surrounded by unique natural areas that provide important habitats for our marine life, as well as experiences and rich learning activities for us. There are many resources available to help us understand these environments and how to protect them.

The rock pool connects schools, individuals and communities to information on South Australia’s coastal and marine environments. You can learn about places to visit, access educational resources and more. Visit:

Dates and events for your diary
October 2nd- Ethical Decluttering 6.30-8pm
“The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it.”
Robert Swan, Author
We make the road by walking and every step in the right direction makes a difference. Join EESSA Inc and you will learn ways to take more steps in the right direction.
Our mailing address is:
Early Education for Sustainability SA Inc
PO Box 297

Add us to your address book

Email Marketing Powered by Mailchimp
Copyright © 2019 Early Education for Sustainability SA Inc, All rights reserved.

unsubscribe from this list    update subscription preferences