Planet Ark designs its campaigns so you can make a difference. Whether through recycling more, planting trees for Tree Day or changing to energy efficient light globes, small changes to individual behaviour add up to big savings for the environment.
Most of our campaigns have their own sites which provide detailed information, and focus on the ways you can make a difference. Click on the logos to find out more about each campaign. We also have campaign calendars available to help schools, councils and workplaces keep track of the many campaigns they can get involved in.
Australian businesses are generating an average of 1.7 tonnes of waste per employee - yet only about half of that is being recycled. Planet Ark wants to help businesses become more environmentally sustainable.
Australians send 34 printer cartridges to landfill every minute. We are determined to make our landfills the biggest loser by urging Australians to deprive their garbage bins of electronic waste.
We love our coffee but we don't love the amount of greenhouse gases our beans emit when they're left to decompose in landfill.
The Planet Ark Endorsed logo makes it easy for you to pick out the more responsible, good quality and effective products on your supermarket shelf - and it's a terrific way of supporting our community campaigns.
Using locally made recycled office paper is a simple and positive thing your workplace can do for the planet.
When sourced responsibly, wood can play a big part in helping tackle climate change by storing carbon.
Recycling aids in the fight against global warming by reducing the amount of new materials we use to sustain our lifestyle
National Tree Day, proudly sponsored by Toyota, is Australia's biggest community tree-planting event.
You don't need to compromise on quality to get the best environmental office paper available.
Go Zero and Planet Ark bring you smart energy solutions.
RecyclingNearYou is your one stop shop for local recycling information.
During Christmas and New Year there is a large increase in the amount of kerbside material sent for recycling. The 12 Do's of Christmas encourages individuals recycle a wide range of items.