Education for Sustainability Tasmania

Thanks to the hard work of educators across the State, Tasmania is now recognised by the United Nations as a Regional Centre of Expertise in Education for Sustainable Development.

Education for Sustainability Tasmania is a new network of organisations that has been established to promote, support and build on the innovation and success being achieved. We are very proud of our new collaborative network and encourage you to help us celebrate its launch. 

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The network includes some of the finest advocates for sustainability in Tasmania representing education institutions, business and community organisations. Our common belief is that education is a central tool for fostering the knowledge, skills, values and world views necessary for people to act in ways that contribute to more sustainable patterns of living. 

View more on our new website 

Please note that this meeting will be held in three different locations at the same time at the Burnie, Launceston and Hobart University campuses. We're meeting with other people across the State 'virtually'. Details will be provided after you register.  

Please specify in the address field where you will be attending the meeting (Burnie, Launceston or Hobart)


  • October 26, 2016 at 12:00pm – 1pm
  • The immersive video conference rooms in Hobart, Burnie and Launceston
    Churchill Avenue Sandy Bay
    Hobart, Tasmania 7005
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  • 45 people are going
  • Community Events

Michelle Swallow Elizabeth Shannon Carolyn Donaghey Katrina Graham Geoff Blackburn Gina Gunn Mark Munnings Helen Hortle Anni McCuaig Kim Beasy Leah Page Megan Dean Julie Hargreaves Shaun Harkness Steve Watson Bruce Jackson Karen Witt Ted Lefroy Sherridan Emery Brigid Morrison Catriona McLeod Andy Crawford Kristin Warr Tania Brookes Jessie Vonk Glenn Venner Caroline Smith Carmen Primo Perez Corey Peterson

Will you come?