Safeguard Our Climate – Perth Hills

National Day of Action 10th March 2023

How Much Does it Really Cost? An introduction to product life cycle assessment

Tuesday, 14 March 2023 – 10am to 11.30am 

A City of Armadale and Switch your thinking workshop

Join life cycle specialist Andrew Moore as he explores the full cost of the products we buy – where things come from, how they are made and w here they end up. Andrew will also show attendees how to avoid ‘green washing’, where companies are talking the talk but not truly walking the walk! This session is a game-changer on how you will look at ‘stuff’ afterwards, and it will empower you to make truly ‘green’ decisions. This session is for adults.

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Blue Sky Festival

Saturday 9.30am – 4pm 18th March 2023 Hub in the Hills Mundaring

Presented by Mundaring in Transition

Talks, presentations and workshops on issues of local sustainability, waste reduction and environmental care. See the attached Blue Sky Festival Flyer. PHCCIG members Jenny Currell and Rhiannon Hardwick will talk about what about what they are doing in their own lives, and in the wider world, towards a carbon neutral, sustainable, future

More info and free tickets

Agents for Change – Mundaring – Youth Voices for the Environment

For young people Years 7 to 10 year of age who live in Mundaring.

8.30am – 3.00 pm 27 March 2023

Bendigo Room, Mundaring Arena, 50 Mundaring Weir Rd, Mundaring

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The Big Picture Consultations – Kalamunda

Have your say on community facilities (including best practice environmental facilities) in the City of Kalamunda Look here for consultation places and dates and the one line survey

Nature Fund Proposal 

Comments close 5pm on Friday 1 April 2023 – The City of Kalamunda is seeking your feedback on the idea of an OPTIONAL donation on Rate Notices to create a proposed ‘Nature Fund’ to fund environmental initiatives. The proposed fund would be voluntary with no set monetary amount. If this proposal is supported by the community, ratepayers could make a contribution to fund environmental activities in the City of Kalamunda. This idea was proposed by the Nature Reserves Preservation Group to provide the City more funds for environmental activities. Have your say via an on line survey, by email:,   or by post PO Box 42, Kalamunda 6926

Fire and Air Forum – Put this date in your diary

Biodiversity, Environmental Sustainability and Human Health

5th May 2023   The University Club UWA, Entrance 1, Hackett Drive, Crawley Read more.