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  • donated 2018-04-21 22:10:01 +1000
  • rsvped for World Environment Day Festival 2018 2018-04-21 12:01:38 +1000
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  • rsvped +1 for World Environment Day Festival 2018 2018-04-17 21:33:25 +1000
  • commented on Contact Us 2018-04-17 14:06:42 +1000
    Hi Jacki, just touching base regarding volunteering with the SCEC, starting this Thurs 19 April. I shall be there around 9.30am. You should have most of my details, however, please email or call if you need anything before Thurs. I look forward to meeting you then. Debborah
  • wants to volunteer 2018-04-16 13:37:23 +1000
  • signed up for Community Facilitator 2018-04-16 13:37:23 +1000
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  • commented on Contact Us 2018-04-11 16:58:47 +1000
    Hello SCEC!


    My name is Natasha Cain: I’m head of PR for the United Scientists Association of Technology Inc. (USAT Inc.). We are a platform that protects and develops intellectual property that is beneficial to humanity and the planet. Our flagship project is a new renewable energy technology called Solar Wind.


    Just a few quick facts about the project:

    -The Solar Wind farm is a source of completely green and renewable energy. It’s also significantly cheaper than any other tech on the market.


    -The Solar Wind farm can be built on land that is unfit for any other purpose. The Farm also collects water which can be used for irrigation or to help with land rehabilitation.


    -We already have two serious buyers for the project and several interested parties. We are in the process of negotiating with international markets.


    -Our project is supported by globally top-ranked advisors.


    -USAT Inc. is backed by AIHEM (the Australian Institute of High Energetic Materials, which is an international association of scientists who are highly regarded within their fields) and many of our patents are sourced from them.


    We’re looking at holding a presentation to introduce the Solar Wind farm on the 26th of April (about two weeks from now) and would be delighted if a representative of SCEC could attend. Would this fit your schedule?


    For a quick overview of the project, have a look at the short video Channel 9 did on us: https://vimeo.com/256653779

    Our website is here:


    Warm regards,


    Natasha Cain

    Marketing & PR USAT Inc.
  • donated 2018-04-06 18:29:57 +1000
  • published World Environment Day Festival 2018 Raffle in SCEC Events 2018-04-05 11:58:17 +1000
  • commented on Contact Us 2018-04-04 10:41:36 +1000
    Hi,



    My name is Nina and I’m currently studying a Bachelor of Animal Ecology at USC on the Sunshine Coast. This semester I’m a part of a group doing studies on Australia’s current Shark Control program, I’m hoping to conduct interviews with the appropriate people to gain information and insight on Shark Nets, Drum Lines, and Culling. We will be incorporating this information into a 10-minute Mini-Documentary which our fellow Endangered Species students will be watching. The aim of this assessment piece is to address an aspect of Biodiversity conservation in Australia, my team and myself are passionate about the well-being of our ocean and the species living amongst it. We chose this topic because of that very reason and to hopefully bring attention to Australia’s current effort in Shark Control and to explore possible alternatives.



    Please feel free to contact me via email or phone.


    Many thanks for your time and I do hope to hear from you soon.



    Nina Jones


    nrj005@student.usc.edu.au


    0481 721 725
  • commented on Contact Us 2018-04-04 10:40:20 +1000
    Hi,



    My name is Nina and I’m currently studying a Bachelor of Animal Ecology at USC on the Sunshine Coast. This semester I’m a part of a group doing studies on Australia’s current Shark Control program, I’m hoping to conduct interviews with the appropriate people to gain information and insight on Shark Nets, Drum Lines, and Culling. We will be incorporating this information into a 10-minute Mini-Documentary which our fellow Endangered Species students will be watching. The aim of this assessment piece is to address an aspect of Biodiversity conservation in Australia, my team and myself are passionate about the well-being of our ocean and the species living amongst it. We chose this topic because of that very reason and to hopefully bring attention to Australia’s current effort in Shark Control and to explore possible alternatives.



    Please feel free to contact me via email or phone.


    Many thanks for your time and I do hope to hear from you soon.



    Nina Jones


    Nrj005@student.usc.edu.au


    0481 721 725
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