Who We Are?

We are a civil organization made up of students, teachers, politicians and private owners.

We aim to:

  • Promote systemic social action across civil and public areas,

  • Celebrate success stories

  • Share resources and news

  • Facilitate questions and ideas of people wanting to change their environment in a sustainable way for the collective good.

 How best to use this site

Please register your details with as much detail as possible.

When you post a resource if you can be as specific as possible it will make it easier for people to search for specific items, e.g. ‘School’, ‘curriculum’, ‘Waste’.

The only area for you to post anything is through the ‘forum’.  Everything posted here will automatically get moved into the central data base, the ‘news’ section or ‘action area resources’.   Resources will automatically get organized into the categories of ‘personal, school, civil, or public political action’.

Searching for material:

There are 3 ways of searching for material or information: i. go to the ‘action area resources’ and then search under Personal, School, Civil, Public/Political, or, ii, Go to ‘news’ and search out all news information according to dates, topics, training events, or other, or, iii. Use the most open search mechanism through ‘search’ and specify a key word, which will then generate all resources with that key word in it, or narrow your search as you please, such as specifying the action area, specific action topic (e.g. waste), and file type (e.g. word, ppt, video files).

Posting and Using Material:

Everything that gets posted here is ‘open source’ and available for other people to use.  Please ensure that the author of each resource is clear, so that it is easy to follow-up with that person should there be the need to and so that credit can be given to that person or organization.  Usage: please give due credit whenever material is used or reproduced.

Any person can view or download material, but to post any resource, comment or news you must be a registered user.