‘FOR TEACHERS for students’ (FTfs) is an Australian-owned education resources website, written by Australian teachers for Australian teachers. Resources are quick and easy to access and use and, because we...
Read more › Why not check out ‘FTfs’!
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The Results are in! Overall, we are making in roads on reducing litter, but there is still a long way to go across Australia. The 2016/17 Keep Australia Beautiful National...
Read more › The Results are in!
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‘Nude Food’ is a popular term in schools and preschools. But what exactly is ‘Nude Food’? Simply put, it’s food without excess packaging. Usually, this means food that is not...
Read more › What is 'Nude Food' anyway?
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The final bells have rung and classes are out, meaning that the kids are home for the next couple of weeks. For some, school holidays may mean family adventures full...
Read more › 10 recycled and waste-free holiday crafts
Posted in Community, Education, Family, Plastic, Recycling, Sustainable Communities
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Plastic-free July is a great motivator to minimise your plastic waste and to start focussing on aspects of your life where you can start to eliminate plastics. Plastic litter is...
Read more › A guide to going plastic-free this July
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Composting, we all know the word, but what does it mean, how does it help and why should we be doing it? Quite simply, composting is the process of organic...
Read more › 10 everyday items for your kerbside organics bin!
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In April KESAB Executive Director John Phillips OAM and Wipe Out Waste (WOW) Program Manager Jo Hendrikx partnered with the Khangarid Rotary Club “Greenways Project” (receiver of an Australian DAP...
Read more › KESAB education goes beyond South Australian borders - to Mongolia!
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We all want to reduce our impact on the planet but at times the question of how can feel overly complex. It’s very easy to be overwhelmed by the thought...
Read more › Top 5 tips for reducing everyday waste!
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KESAB Executive Director, John Phillips OAM, recently returned from Lombok where he presented a session about the global impacts of Marine Litter and Debris to a group of tourism operators...
Read more › Litter on Lombok - the global picture
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