CSIRO Energymark Project Opportunity …

CASEES,  here’s a great opportunity to reach out to our immediate neighbours. I’ve already signed up.

Want to be a climate change and energy saving leader in your community?  Get involved in Energymark!  You don’t need to know a lot about energy and climate change to participate in Energymark. Gather a small group of people (family, friends, neighbours or workmates) for discussions and receive support and discussion material from CSIRO. Together explore what you can do to make a difference. For more information on what being a convenor involves, see the attached leaflet or visit our website at  www.energymark.com.au

The next step in the process is to register  online and tell us why you are interested in becoming a convenor. Once you have registered, an Energymark coordinator will be in contact with you to discuss your application. Don’t want to lead an Energymark group but would like to participate? Simply register your interest as a participant and CSIRO will try to add you to an Energymark group in your local area.

The NSW Energymark program is a CSIRO initiative in partnership with the Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water NSW helping households lower power bills and reduce our impact on the environment.

So c’mon, folks, and let’s get crackin’ on this and make a difference in our community!

About GJO ESQ

I am a concerned world citizen who wishes a sustainable existence for all life forms on our wonderful planet. I also compose and play music: http://www.soundclick.com/bands/default.cfm?bandID=840122, promote the Sustainability Street Approach, Transition and Permaculture principles as well as a progressive Australia exemplified by GetUp!: http://www.getup.org.au/
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One Response to CSIRO Energymark Project Opportunity …

  1. Greg says:

    I have submitted my consent to the involved and look forward to having Sustainability Street Phillip Bay take up the cudgels early in 2011.

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