The JECO AGM will take place on Sunday, 30th November from 2:30 – 4:30 at the Lamm Library. The special guest speaker will be Brett Hedger, the City of Port Phillip Greenhouse Programs Officer. Brett will share a range of stories, anecdotes, facts and figures gathered over many years of environmental work with a strong focus on energy efficiency and waste management. Brett will provide insight to the challenges he has faced and the actions he has taken to make his community and workplace more in tune with the natural world. On a daily basis Brett puts himself, his family, his community and his workplace to test, so come along and hear the inside story about this important quest.
Get your bike out of storage and learn to ride. Great activity for the school holidays for ages 12+. This is a free course run by the City of Port Phillip. Classes are small so there is lots of individual attention. Register here.
Sunday, July 13, 1:00 – 5:00 pm, St Kilda Primary School
If you weren’t able to attend JECO’s annual general meeting in November you can have a look at Eli Court’s (ClimateWorks Australia) presentation on “Carbon Emissions: All You Need to Know” here.
Information from JECO was handed out at the ARRCC/GreenFaith stall at the Sustainable Living Festival during February 2014.
If you missed the last course, it’s on again Sunday 6 October 2013, 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
The course, run by the City of Port Phillip, is a shortened, beginner-friendly version of their Defensive Riding Course. You will increase your rider knowledge, learn road rules, how to recognise hazards and how to choose the most appropriate route. The course comprises both theory and practice.
For ages 12+. The class is small so places are limited. To register email firstname.lastname@example.org.