CEFE is pleased to be able to help promote an upcoming series of free webinars being offered by Renew giving information for fire-affected communities to rebuild homes for climate and fire resilience.
The webinars coincide with the launch of Renew’s Green rebuild toolkit a set of online resources, articles, and information to assist fire-affected communities to plan for, retrofit and rebuild their homes to suit our changing climate. As publishers of both Renew and Sanctuary magazine, Renew draws on over forty years of experience in this sector as well as an extensive network of technical experts, architects and designers.
The webinars will feature experts in the field speaking alongside homeowners who have already rebuilt after fire. There will also be the opportunity for people to connect with architects, designers, and bushfire safety experts in a July series of tailored ‘Speed Date a Sustainability Expert’ events, and one-on-one consults for those needing further advice. All events and support are free thanks to GlobalGiving.
The topics and dates for the webinars are as follows:
Rebuild first steps| Tue 1 June 6-7.30pm
Designing and building for bushfire and climate resistance | Wed 2 June 6-7.30pm
Materials and construction for bushfire and climate resistance | Thur 3 June 6-7.30pm
Home energy setups for bushfire zones and climate resilience | Tue 8 June 6-7.30pm
Water storage and fire resistant landscaping | Wedn 9 June 6-7.30pm
Retro fitting for fire resistance | Thur 10 June 6-7.30pm
Our Annual General Meeting will be held in the Tathra RFS training room, Bega St Tathra at 5.30 pm on Monday March 22.
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Nominations for office bearer positions must be sent to the Returning Officer at [email protected] by Monday 15 March. The email should have the names of the nominator and seconder and confirm the consent of the nominee.
Join Clean Energy For Eternity on Friday August 21 at 6pm with Professor Lesley Hughes from the Climate Council, for a discussion of the science that underpins the Australian Bushfire and Climate Plan.
Hear how CEFE is bringing renewable energy generation to our community facilities as we come to grips with climate change mitigation, adaptation and survival.
To register for this meeting go to
You will require a Zoom account to participate.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
This event has received grant funding from the Australian Government.
We hope to see you at some or all of these events..
This short online workshop will help Eurobodalla and Bega Valley residents make informed decisions about designing and building an energy-efficient house.
Whether you are rebuilding after the fires, planning a renovation or other building project, or simply want to reduce your energy bills, the workshop will present valuable and practical insights from leading experts in the field of energy-efficient building design.
A well designed or renovated energy efficient house will not only help you save money, it will also provide a more comfortable living space and create a healthier living environment both for you and the planet. A win-win all around.
This 90 minute online workshop will feature a series of short presentations followed by a Q&A session.
Presenters will include Alan Pears AM, one of Australia’s leading energy efficiency experts. Alan has worked in the sustainable energy and environment fields since the late 1970s and has been an expert adviser to federal, state and local governments across Australia, as well as community groups and the private sector. The workshop will provide information about designing an energy-efficient home as well as practical suggestions for retrofitting existing homes.
The workshop is sponsored by:
• Cobargo and Region Energy Transition Group
• SouthCoast Health and Sustainability Alliance (SHASA)
• Clean Energy for Eternity, Bermagui (CEFE)
WHEN: 6.00pm – 7.30pm Wednesday 26 August on ZOOM
A message to our politicians. Fifteen years and counting our community has been calling for action. When will we be heard?