The Clean Energy Survey and report led by one of our acive patrol members, Stephen Bargwanna, and his team from Maunsell:AECOM, a leading international engineering design company. The results of the survey will be released shortly by the SLSA.
One result is that all surf clubs in Australia generate from their energy consumption enough CO2 each year to fill 1200 Olympic srimming pools!
Knocking some of this off would certainly help our bit in the global warming control struggle, before the sea comes lapping up our boat room doors! Other model clubs in NSW that contributed were Tathra and North Steyne led by lliving legends, Matt Nott and Jo Cooper.
WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
The club has the potential to be a very powerful active and passive information resource. We are keen to establish the northern wall at the top of the stairs as an information wall-keeping the community informed.
We are keen to host a series of sustainability events every year in conjunction with Waverly Council, Surf Life Saving Australia, and other community interests such as schools.
We will encourage the active monitoring of the initiatives to provide real data feedback and encourage active research on the site. We have established a separate bank account to capture tax effective donations, quarantined for the specific application to sustainability projects.
We will continue to work with Surf Life Saving Australia’s ECOSURF initiative in the dispersal of information and supplier negotiation and with our landlord Waverley Council in raising awareness.
Bronte Surf Life Saving Club
Sustainability of our Surf Club and Community
Caring for our Environment
Beautification of Bronte's Promenade
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