Many hands make L.I.F.E work
On these pages you’ll read all about the fantastic organisations and initiatives that work to help sustain the balance of L.I.F.E. Contact us to be included on this page today, or check out the many great groups of people below that are part of L.I.F.E.
If you believe that a bright green future is both desirable and achievable, and that one person’s actions can collectively make a real difference, get on board with Planet Ark! Planet Ark unites people and business to create social and environmental change through engaging and practical solutions.
Conservation Volunteers is a not-for-profit, a-political, independent and community based conservation organisation. Established in 1982, today Conservation Volunteers manages community involvement in approximately 2,000 priority conservation projects each year.
ClimateWatch was developed by Earthwatch to understand how changes in temperature and rainfall are affecting the seasonal behaviour of Australia’s plants and animals. This unique project enables everyone to collect and record data that will help shape the country’s response to climate change.
Landcare groups have participated annually in Clean Up Australia day since 1990. Almost 300,000 Landcare volunteers turned out on the first Clean Up Australia Day in 1990 and involvement has steadily increased ever since. Today, Clean Up the World attracts +40 million people across 130 countries.
The purpose of Keep Australia Beautiful is to lead, challenge and inspire all Australians to strive for a sustainable and litter free environment. Keep Australia Beautiful is best known for its programs that identify, acknowledge and promote excellence in grass roots environmental initiatives.
Tangaroa Blue Foundation is a non-profit organisation focused on the health of our marine environment. We coordinate the Australian Marine Debris Initiative, over 19,000 volunteers, organisations and agencies around the country remove, monitor and find solutions to the impacts of marine debris.
Providing young Aussies with challenging opportunities to grow through adventure, Scouts Australia has over 66,000 members, making it the largest youth movement in the nation. Scouts Australia and Landcare Australia have a strong partnership based on the common value of environmental sustainability.