Funding of up to $18,000 per landholder is available to help landholders and community groups protect and restore waterways, wetlands and habitats impacted by the 2019-20 bushfires
Sasha and Sebastian out on the street helping people understand the actions they can take to reduce emissions.
Local climate action group, Zero Emissions Byron, has just launched the RePlant Byron Alliance.
Protecting ourselves from the virus is pushing us to new levels of consideration for the world around us and for others. Growing community response is the change needed to deal with the even greater challenge of climate change.
While not everyone can afford to buy solar panels or an electric vehicle to reduce their carbon emissions, anyone can plant a tree.