Ever wondered how they do it? Those polished presenters who make it look so easy?Those accomplished speakers who move their audience? Make the sale? Sign up the donors?
Do you ever feel intimidated by the prospect of public speaking?
Then we’ve got the workshop for you!
Working with Nicholas Hammond (working actor, screenwriter and cast member of the [...]
[ 16 November 2013 at 11:00 am; ]
Fusion Canberra will host a Local Food Security Mini-Expo on the 16th of November at their premises at the Carleton Street Shops, Kambah, to demonstrate different ways to get fresher, healthier and cheaper food closer to home. From 11 am to 3 pm, a variety of fun and engaging activities will be available for everyone [...]
[ 21 August 2013 at 6:50 pm; 21 August 2013 at 6:50 pm; ]
Rioters may remember when we launched the Our Hungry Future discussion paper in May.
The next event in our year long campaign on food security will be at 7.00 pm on Wednesday the 21st of August at the Gungahlin College Lecture Theatre, featuring local senate candidates and food security experts. More information via the [...]
[ 26 July 2013 at 7:30 pm; ]
The ANU Food Co-op, 3 Kingsley Street Canberra.
SEE-Change and the Belconnen Arts Centre present a lively evening of interactive theatre about how not to talk about climate change.
Using a technique called Forum Theatre, actor-vists will present two stories of climate change action gone badly wrong. We leave it up to you, the audience, to [...]
SEE-Change and Alexander Watson have received hundreds of entries in their Coldest House in Canberra competition, with some very worthy finalists selected.
You can see their video entries and find the link to vote by visiting the SEE-Change website.
One lucky winner will receive a home energy efficiency retrofit worth up to $20,000.
Please take a look at [...]
Campaign Launch, 10 am today – Friday 17th May, outside Tuggeranong Library
Time Travellers return to Canberra from the year 2020. They’ve got a message for you: Our Future is Hungry
Food Security is gaining prominence as an issue of global importance, yet most of us have not considered how threats to food security would impact upon [...]
Autumn is a beautiful time in Canberra, and what better way to appreciate it then with an afternoon of tree planting in the Cotter Catchment?
Join Jindii EcoSpa, SEE-Change Woden and Greening Australia at our second tree planting event to support the Jindii Sustainability Fund – a program of activities that includes planting trees and fund [...]
These are exciting times for an action based community organisation like SEE Change. What can you imagine to engage more people in transitioning Canberra to a new future?
Positions on our executive committee are open to everyone with a desire to be part of our work – no matter what their experience or previous involvement with [...]
[ 10 October 2012 at 6:00 pm; ] Have you heard of the truly amazing RePower Port Augusta campaign? A delegation from the Repower Port Augusta Alliance will present this inspiring story at a public forum at the Bob Douglas Lecture Theatre at the Australian National University TONIGHT ONLY. Speakers will include walkers Gary from the Port Augusta power station & community [...]
Arguments about the feasibility of renewable energy often concentrate around costings and capabilities that are out of date. But what exactly is happening in solar technology? Speculate no longer! Come along to the Bob Douglas Lecture Theatre, Eggleston Road, ANU Campus tomorrow night at 6 pm to find out for yourself what the latest from [...]
What is even bigger than the elephant in the room? Find out next Tuesday – 7th February, 6.30 pm at the Finkel Theatre, John Curtin School of Medical Research, ANU.
Jeremy Tager is stepping down from his post as senior political advisor to Greenpeace Australia. Before he leaves Canberra, SEE-Change has arranged for him to deliver [...]