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Celebrating National Bee Day on Bathurst campus

Written by Katherine Donges On Friday the 20th May, I attended a ‘Native Bee Hotel Workshop and Native Pollinator Talk’ at the Charles Sturt Bathurst campus. It was organised by Charles Sturt’s Sustainability team and led by Dr Megan Halcroft...

Charles Sturt student, Bria Aplin, embraces Earth Hour

The last Earth Hour I celebrated with my family, we pulled out the candles and played a board game outside with a fire. I often look back at that night with fond memories, the time we all put our phones down and turned off the lights. It reminded me...

Recycling on campus and beyond

  On average every year 67 tonnes of waste is created in Australia. Of that only 37 tonnes of waste is properly recycled. This statistic is due to our population not knowing how to properly recycle. If more people knew what can be recycled and...

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Getting outside for Charles Sturt’s Foundation Day

Charles Sturt University’s Foundation Day is coming up on the 19th of July, and as Australia’s first carbon-neutral University, Charles Sturt is a great example to us on how to live sustainably in union with our beautiful Australian landscape...

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