Get together with family, friends, neighbours and workmates
Energymark is helping households and communities reduce their carbon footprints and save power. The program brings people together in small groups to learn about energy and climate change issues, and discuss what they can do to make a difference.
The Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water NSW and the CSIRO are looking for 500 volunteers to lead discussions on energy, climate change, water and waste.
You do not need to know a lot about energy and climate change to participate in Energymark.
Organise a small group of family, friends, neighbours and/or workmates and receive support and discussion material from CSIRO and the NSW Government. Together you can explore the simple things you can do to make a difference.
Participating in Energymark is an opportunity to:
- reduce your carbon footprint and save power at home
- become better informed on energy, climate change, water and waste issues
- engage in public debate on these issues
- reduce your impact on the environment.
The NSW Energymark program is a CSIRO initiative in partnership with the Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water NSW, helping households reduce their power bills and lessen their impact on the environment.
To register or for more information visit the Energymark website or call 1300 119 003.