Recycling is a sure fire way to reduce climate change. Unfortunately, it’s more complex than simply separating plastics, paper and glass from rubbish.
What do we do with household nasties like old weed killer, nail polish or pool chemicals?
Based in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs, Brentwood Secondary College is a Victorian leader when it comes to sustainability.
It was named Sustainability Victoria’s ResourceSmart Energy (Secondary) School for 2016, and is now the latest Victorian school to join TAKE2.
Did you know Australians send more than 20 million tonnes of technology to landfill every year?
VicSuper has today strengthened its commitment to the Victorian Government’s climate change strategy by releasing its TAKE2 climate change pledge.
The Victorian Government has today become the first in Australia to legislate for net zero emissions by 2050! The state government's new Climate Change Act 2017 was this morning passed through Parliament to become law.
So what does that mean for Victoria?
Climate change is real and nine out of 10 Victorians believe it. That's according to new research out today showing 91 percent of Victorians believe climate change is happening and it's caused by human activity.
Melbourne's tram network will be powered by a new large scale solar plant to be built in regional Victoria.
Connecting people with opportunities to take real action against climate change is the reason carbon offset provider Greenfleet decided to become a TAKE2 Founding Partner.