By signing up, you’re pledging to be part of a local collective effort to protect this awesome place we’re lucky to call home, on Sydney’s eastern beaches.
As a Second Nature champion, you will also:
Receive our Second Nature action kit on different ways to make change
Be the first to know about any events, programs and special competitions
Get easy tips to help make sustainability second nature in life and at work
Be connected to like-minded local folks in our community
of something you do as ‘second nature’ in our local area (e.g. morning run at Bronte), or how you're making sustainability second nature at home or work.
with the following message on your social media networks: I'm making sustainability second nature in our community by (insert your personal action). Are you in? #secondnatureimin
and encourage them to make their own pledge.
Fly kites and visit our Second Nature stall for giveaways and advice on how you can live a more sustainable life. Sunday 10 September, Bondi Beach. Bring your kite! There will be free bike-valet parking on site for cyclists.
Learn about changes you can make at home and new sustainable building and renovation technologies. Short tours with award-winning architect Terry Bail at 11, 12 and 1pm. Free entry, 10am-4pm.
With soaring energy bills hitting households, it's never been a better time to look at producing your own clean green energy for free with solar power. Come along to this free information session to learn the ins and outs to solar and batteries fr...
We live in a unique and beautiful corner of the world, and Waverley Council is committed to keeping it this way. As incredible as our home is, it needs our help to continue to thrive. But we can’t do it alone.
That’s why we are working with you to make sustainability more than just an occasional concern. We want protecting our place to be a normal part of our everyday. We want it to be second nature. Just like your weekend coastal walk, your evening ocean dip or your morning juice fix.
Whether you’re reducing water or cutting energy bills, designing a sustainable building, installing solar power, recycling better or cycling more, every action counts. The more people who join the collective effort to make sustainability second nature, the greater the chance we have to protect this awesome place.
Imagine what we could achieve if 10,000 locals all pledged one action, to reduce emissions, cut down on waste, or save water!