As an individual and a member of your community you can make important decisions about supporting a sustainable environment. Who Cares About the Environment? tells us that people across NSW are increasingly taking on this challenge through their actions at home and in their communities.
The Building Sustainable Communities – Ideas for Inclusive Projects is a new resource for council officers and educators. This guide includes practical ideas and case studies for running projects that are engaging and accessible to everyone in our increasingly culturally and linguistically diverse communities.
: The Benefits of Working with Culturally Diverse Communities, Getting Your Project Started, Linking with Other Communication Programs (110563BldSustComsA, 1MB)
: Ideas for Project Activities, Ideas for Communication, Case Study, Appendix (110563BldSustComsB, 1MB)
A Guide for Engaging Communities in Environmental Planning and Decision Making and What We Need Is...A Community Education Project are useful tools to help you in working with your community to protect the environment. When it comes to measuring the success of your project Does Your Project Make a Difference? provides an easy guide to planning and evaluating successful community projects.
Page last updated: 22 December 2011