Union sides with people and the planet over profitsDecember 12, 2020
Federation supports the campaign against the 850-well coal seam gasfield approved for development and operation in the Pilliga State Forest and on grazing land south-west of Narrabri.
From crisis comes innovation to change nature of environmental educationNovember 29, 2020
One area of the NSW public school system particularly affected by COVID- 19 restrictions was the state’s 25 environmental and zoo education centres.
Solar Our SchoolsNovember 26, 2020
Stately Kirribilli House gained a pink, solar-powered cubby house delivered by a convoy of parents and children on 30 September, carrying an urgent message: Solar Our Schools.
New alliance aims to end energy policy impasseNovember 20, 2020
A new alliance of union and environment groups in the Hunter was officially formed in November.
Passionate allies connect to make a difference in the worldAugust 14, 2020
Federation colleagues with an interest in unity, climate, habitat and global affairs can join with members who have similar concerns via the union’s Peace, Environment and International Issues Special Interest Group.
Five-star buildingSeptember 21, 2019
Federation’s head office in Sydney’s Surry Hills has been recognised for its green credentials with a 5-star rating.
Federation switches on to solar energyFebruary 13, 2018
An array made up of 158 solar panels has been installed on the roof of Teachers Federation House in Surry Hills, generating 85 kilowatt hours of energy and saving more than $30,000 in electricity bills per year.
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