We are proud to announce that ANU is becoming even 'greener' with the installation of 1700 ANU-invented solar panels on the rooftops of 7 buildings around the Acton campus!
Did you know that here on ANU campus we are so lucky to have a well preserved example of a nationally endangered grassy woodlands? Join us for the last tour this year to learn more about the grasslands!
Did you know that here on ANU campus we are so lucky to have a well preserved example of a nationally endangered grassy woodlands? Our Gardens&Grounds team puts a lot of effort to conserve remnant grassland patches for the generations to come!
Please join us for the last tour this year on Tuesday 28 November when you will be able to learn more about the significance of this threatened ecological community!
Meet us outside Ivy and the Fox café at Old Canberra House #73 / Crawf...ord School #132 (Lennox Crossing)! In case of rain, the event will be postponed.
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Our beautiful campus is full of valuable biodiversity features, including a critically endangered grassland, over 10,000 trees, and more than 100 species of animals.
Join us on Monday 27 November for the last birdwatching this year to learn more about the birds you can see on campus!
There will be a 30 minutes presentation in Lecture Theatre at the Anthony Low Building #124 (use the Eggleston Road entrance), followed up by 30 minutes walk around campus for practical experien...ce in birdwatching!
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Join us on the OPENING NIGHT of 'Silent Witnesses', an exhibition of artworks by Martin Rowney. The exhibition fuses the elements of art, heritage and sustainability, featuring sculptural pieces created with original fittings from one of the University's most significant buildings, the John Curtin School of Medical Research.
Drinks served from 5.30pm - all welcome!
Using comics when discussing something so serious such as climate change? Join Canberra based cartoonist Stuart McMillen who will explain why he believes that this less direct way to approach the issue encourages readers to think about the relevance of the topic for our lives today!
These Bakelite power points were salvaged during the refurbishment of the John Curtin School of Medical Research and now have a very new use ...
It's all part of an exhibition of artworks by Martin Rowney called 'Silent Witnesses', in which everyday objects have been reassembled to reflect upon the decades of profound scientific research conducted at the John Curtin School.
It opens this Sunday with an artist talk at 2pm - see here for more info: https://www.facebook.com/events/164758450789007/
We all know we have got to do it but does anyone know how? Join the discussion that will explore how on earth we are going to manage sustainable growth into the future and what is being done to ensure this happens!
ANU Heritage team, led by our lovely Amy, received the award for an Outstanding Contribution to the Heritage of the ACT from the National Trust of Australia (ACT). Read more here: https://services.anu.edu.au/…/anu-heritage-wins-national-tr…
Hey ANUgreen volunteers, Trash Mobbers are organising a spring clean for the Dickson Wetlands this Saturday afternoon. Join a happy bunch of nature lovers and do something good for Canberra! The more the merrier!