Make the Change

33rd NSW Environmental Education Conference

WHEN 27-29 Sept 2017
WHERE Lane Cove, NSW St Ignatius’ College, Riverview

Make the Change

Lane Cove Hunters Hill Green Schools NetworkAAEE NSW and the Lane Cove Green School's Network invites all environmental educators from schools, government, community and business to come together at this year's conference on the beautiful Lane Cove River in Sydney.

Here we can all take a moment out of our busy lives to stop and reflect on our practice as environmental educators, so that we can go back to communities across NSW and “make change happen”!


A Framework for Education and Engagement for Sustainability

Make the Change is a framework that provides a unified, coordinated and collaborative approach to sustainability education and engagement across NSW. It was developed by AAEE NSW in partnership with NSW Office of Environment and Heritage.

Based on international best practice research and extensive stakeholder consultation, Make the Change defines the shared vision, principles and goals that will support sustainability education and engagement providers from all sectors to shape effective action into the future. Read more...

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Our Keynote Speakers

Chief Guardian: The Life and Times of Allen Strom

Read the inspiring FREE biography of Allen Strom, leading conservationist and environmental educator, on your Kindle.

We name our Conference Song!

We launched the Conference Song and the new name was announced at the dinner. With some inspiration from our Patron, Costa the new song is called... WATERSHED.

Bring your creative juices

Reverse Garbage will get us working on a waste to art project across the conference. If you come early on Wednesday you are welcome to help get our piece of art started.

Attention All Teachers

Wanting NESA Accreditation?

Completing the 33rd NSW Environmental Education Conference will contribute 12 hours of NESA Registered PD addressing 2.1.2, 6.2.2, and 7.4.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.