Our clean energy show & tell
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City to Soil

City to Soil Part 1: The City Watch video now City to Soil Part 2: The History Watch video now City to Soil Part 3: The Councils Watch video now City to Soil Part 4: The Agronomist Watch video now City to Soil Part 5: The Process Watch video now

What a waste of energy.

Burying all of the goodness that kitchen scraps and organic material store, while farmers struggle to replace nutrients in their soil with fertilisers, is a complete waste.

Not only is it a waste, but organic matter - potato peelings, left-overs, apple cores, grass clippings etc - creates methane gas when it decomposes while buried in rubbish tips, otherwise known as landfill.

The City to Soil project uses age-old techniques of composting to create the world's best fertiliser for farmers' fields and solving the problem of organic waste in landfill.

Does your local council participate in the Groundswell City to Soil program? 

Find out how to get involved with Groundswell on their website and watch the videos on the right to learn more about the program. 


The Competition
The competition

We asked Australian students to make a video or convince us in writing about their BIG ideas for a sustainable energy future.

Check out the fantastic videos we received, all about sustainable energy solutions!

For teachers

Explore the fascinating science edging us closer to low carbon living. This fun, flexible project includes easy-to-use ICT, oodles of resources and FREE lesson plans from CSIRO Education.

Links to Australian curriculum, plus NAPLAN rehearsal.

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