"Not only do bees provide us with honey, but they are also responsible for nearly two-thirds of Australia’s agricultural production. Bees pollinate the crops we eat and the crops of our livestock." Sustainability Advisor and president of the Enviro...
Earth Day 2023 runs on Saturday Aprill 22 and Meg Seis is here to share how you can contribute to change.
Invest in Our Planet.
Meet the 2023 Sustainability Student Advisers and learn about their passion for leading a sustainable lifestyle!
This Sunday is 2023's Clean Up Australia Day, and Meg Seis is here to tell us all about it.
Christmas is coming up faster than we could have imagined! This can be an exciting time filled with family, friends and fun however, is often coupled with lavish meals and gifts with wasted food, unwanted presents and a lot of unnecessary packaging...
The Sustainable Developmental Goals Report (aka the SDG) has recently been released and Elise Dukes shares her perspective reading the report as a student of Charles Sturt.
National Recycling Week is also the chance to take a look at things such as food waste in your household, especially considering each year Australians waste around 7.6 million tonnes of food across supply and consumption.
The Wagga residence community in conjunction with Sustainability at Charles Sturt are aiming to donate leftover goods amongst residences to two charities to minimise the general wastage at the end of the year going into landfill.
$12 for lettuce! Did you see that too?
Charles Sturt was Australia’s first certified carbon neutral university and has been working on campus wide sustainability measures for over a decade. To celebrate Biodiversity month, Sustainability is running some events for staff and students.