Partnerships for the Goals
Partnerships for the Goals: ESG Industry Partners

“Partnerships for the Goals” is one of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set by the United Nations as part of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. This goal, officially known as SDG 17, focuses on strengthening global cooperation and collaboration to achieve all the other SDGs. It emphasizes the importance of working together across sectors, countries, and stakeholders to address the world’s most pressing challenges. The goal aims to enhance resources, knowledge sharing, technology transfer, and capacity building to create a more sustainable and equitable future for all. In essence, “Partnerships for the Goals” recognizes that the complex challenges of our time require collective efforts to create meaningful and lasting change.

When it comes to educating for Climate Literacy and Sustainable Practice, Eco Educate recognises the industry leaders that are innovating in sustainability everyday across areas of Food, Water, Waste, Energy & Culture. We are lucky to partner with a number of organizations to richen the education we provide and together support schools and businesses to develop their environmental strategy.

If your organisation is leading the way in innovative sustainability solutions and you feel you could contribute to our environmental programs – we would love to hear from you!

Eco Educate has partnered with the trusted Australian energy consultancy Energy Action. Our goal together? To connect schools and corporates with better energy solutions and quality services that help them to reduce spend and carbon emissions. Energy Action is known nation-wide for their in-depth energy market experience from the retail, wholesale and clean-energy sectors. They are the team you want in your corner as Australia prepares for surging energy prices in a hard-to-predict market. Get in touch with our team today to start the discussion!

TOMRA is a world leader in reverse vending systems through container refund schemes. Their “Clean Loop” recycling process ensures fewer resources are used, less energy is wasted and drink containers have the best chance of being turned back into drink containers.

TerraCycle is an innovative recycling company that has become a global leader in recycling hard-to-recycle waste. TerraCycle connects conscientious corporate partners with recycling solutions helping to move closer towards a circular economy model.

Subpod are pioneers in composting/worm farm technology. Their flagship product serves as the growth hub for your garden that turns food waste into living soil with no smells or mess. The Subpod has ideal application for composting technologies in schools.

Replas is Australia’s leading recycled plastic manufacturer who aims to provide a solution for plastic waste by delivering quality sustainable products. Their range of over 200 recycled plastic products uses state-of-the-art machinery with a focus on energy and efficiency.

Australia’s award-winning landscaping company with over 30 years of industry experience working alongside Education, Government, Stadiums & more. Green Options have a high standard of sustainable practice in their landscaping business practices.

SolarBuddy is an Australian charity with a big dream to gift six million solar lights to children living in energy poverty by 2030. They are inspiring students across the world to learn how innovative design solutions can help create a more sustainable world for people and planet.

Ocean Protect is a leader in developing innovative and efficient site-specific solutions that manage the impact of stormwater runoff on the built environment. They are driven by purpose beyond profit, determined to riase awareness and stop the flow of pollution, including plastic and toxins, to our waterways.

Indoor O2 is helping Australian schools and businesses bring more plant life into our everyday spaces. In our schools, Indoor O2 is helping students better understand and engage with innovative ways we can offset carbon in the classroom and at home!

Eco Educate works closely with the University of Queensland School of Earth & Environmental Sciences (SEES) to provide Industry Placement opportunities for students studying Environmental Management. We are proud to facilitate real world learning for students in this industry and opportunities to engage with different stakeholders.

The Sustainable Schools Network is founded on the values of cooperation, collaboration and community. Their valuable work with schools comes from the understanding that to reimagine Education for Sustainability we need to build reciprocal relationships and a generative thoughtful and collective dialogues for a healthier, happier future.

v2food is an Australian based producer of plant-based meat substitutes. They’re creating a version 2 of meat, because we don’t have a version 2 of Earth – Eco Educate schools are proud to be supporting this mission.