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IEU Sustainability Prezi

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Eugene Lehmensich

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Eugene Lehmensich - St Mary Mackillop College, ACT
2013 IEU
Environmental Conference

Why Sustainability?
A Cross Curriculum Priority
Worm Farming and
Organics Recycling
Starting an Organic Vegetable Garden
What is Sustainability?
Natural Systems
Social, Cultural and Political Systems
Economic Systems
Healthy People, Healthy Communities, Healthy Planet

"Sustainability is treating ourselves and our
environment as if we are to live on this earth forever. "
Triple Bottom Line
Biological Sciences
Kindergarten (foundation)
Living things have basic needs, including food and water (ACSSU002)
Year One
Living things have a variety of external features (ACSSU017)
Year Two
Living things grow, change and have offspring similar to themselves (ACSSU030)
Year Eight
Multi-cellular organisms contain systems of organs that
carry out specialised functions that enable them to survive and reproduce
Year Four
The sustainable management of waste from production and consumption (ACHGK025)
Year Nine
The distribution and characteristics of biomes as regions with distinctive climates, soils, vegetation and productivity (ACHGK060)
Geographical Knowledge
Sustainability as a Vehicle for Wellbeing
Soil formation requires interaction between atmospheric, geologic, hydrologic and biotic processes; soil is composed of rock and mineral particles, organic material, water, gases and living organisms.

Ecosystems provide a range of renewable resources, including provisioning services (for example, food, water, pharmaceuticals), regulating services (for example, carbon sequestration, climate control), supporting services (for example, soil formation, nutrient and water cycling, air and water purification) and cultural services (for example, aesthetics, knowledge systems)
Senior Secondary
Let There be Wood, Fire and Pizza!
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