Gecko Recycle Scheme for hard to recycle items is coming to fruition. These items are Household Batteries, CDs & DVDs, Printer Cartridges, and Mobile Phones, which currently end up in the council tip. This program is designed to place a Hard to Recycle container in every shopping centre so such items can be safely disposed of and a volunteer will empty the container on a regular basis.
Citizen Science Activities – Become Involved Citizen science is about the community participating in scientific research. Its key objective is to make science more accessible for the community and to produce valuable information for scientific research. To be involved in citizen science you don’t need a science degree. Citizen scientists work with scientists or within a scientific framework to achieve scientific goals. Citizen science involves […]
Currumbin Special School teacher, Toby Osborne, has started an inspiring programme which provides learning
opportunities to hone the employment skills and social skills development for the students. The programme
commenced in June 2018 after some months of setup and has met with resounding success with the students.
Meet you @ Gecko House Bi-Monthly General Meeting. Gecko holds a General Meeting on the second Wednesday of every second month (from February onwards) at…Meetings was last modified: December 16th, 2018 by David Paynter
Sustainable Business Directory Every dollar we spend represents a choice, and those choices cumulatively determine what appears in the marketplace. Corporations producing goods or providing…Sustainable Business Directory was last modified: August 28th, 2018 by Vicky
Meeting the challenges of climate change. Gecko Climate Action Network – GCAN, evolved out of the Climate Change for Good Conference co-hosted between Gecko and Griffith…Climate Action Network was last modified: August 28th, 2018 by David Paynter
Recycling those Difficult to Recycle Items Household Batteries, Printer Cartridges, Mobile Phones, CD’s and DVD’s and E-Waste are all toxic to the environment when dumped…Recycling was last modified: September 6th, 2018 by Vicky
What would a Community led Sustainable City Plan look like? Gecko is exploring this topic and a very popular workshop during the CC4G conference showed…Sustainable City Plan was last modified: August 28th, 2018 by David Paynter
2018 will be an exciting year for the war in waste! July 1 a container deposit scheme will be launched as well as a ban on single use plastic bags.
This temporary installation in Winders park next to Gecko House was an artistic expression of sea level rise and how our grandchildren will experience rising tides by the end of this century. Held on the banks of the beautiful Currumbin Creek during the SWELL Sculpture Festival, 8th to 17th September 2017.