Local environment organisations
Get involved with one of the many environmental organisations working in Moreland.
Please note that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, some activities may be on hold.
The Australian Conservation Foundation (ACF) operates an independently organised community branch that hosts meetings at CERES and is formed by members from Moreland and Moonee Valley plus other surrounding suburbs.
The Australian Energy Foundation is a for-purpose national energy foundation that collaborates to create a zero carbon society and a better life for all Australians. Formerly known as the Moreland Energy Foundation Limited (MEFL), which was established in 2000 by Moreland City Council.
The Brunswick Tool Library is a volunteer-led initiative that provides the tools and education needed to repair and care for your home and belongings. They believe everyone deserves the right to build and repair the things they own, not just those who can afford the tools.
CERES is an environmental education centre, urban farm and social enterprise hub located on Wurundjeri land alongside the Merri Creek in East Brunswick. Their activities span environmental, social, economic, spiritual and cultural dimensions.
Climate Action Moreland is formed by members of the Moreland community who have come together out of concern about the lack of meaningful political action on climate change, and a recognition that we need to take responsibility for our future.
The Coburg Reduce Reuse Recycle Facebook group allows local residents to rehome unwanted items and share resources. It is also a casual forum for sharing advice and recommendations on reducing waste.
Based in Brunswick, the Ecological Justice Hub is a permaculture garden dedicated to both social and environmental justice, restoring our relationship with nature and each other.
A local group of the Extinction Rebellion global movement that uses non-violent civil disobedience to demand governments declare a climate and ecological emergency and implement urgent action.
Friends of Merri Creek is a community group that has actively worked since 1988 to restore and protect the Merri Creek.
The Friends of Moonee Ponds Creek actively works to improve the Creek’s environment, biodiversity and habitat.
The Merri Creek Management Committee works to ensure the preservation of natural and cultural heritage, and the ecologically sensitive restoration, development and maintenance of the Merri Creek and tributaries, their corridors and associated ecological communities.
The Moreland Food Gardens Network provides an opportunity for people to share information and collaborate in a variety of ways to improve food access and urban agriculture in the area.
Neighbours United for Climate Action’s vision is to be a vibrant, diverse, and empowered network of neighbourhood-based action groups, sharing resources, supporting each other's campaigns, connecting socially and creating change.
The Newlands and East Coburg Community Hubs are committed to delivering bold initiatives to advance social justice and sustainability, and to make the East Coburg and Newlands Neighbourhood Houses the best they can be to support their communities.
Stop Adani Moreland is one of many action groups that are building the people power to Stop Adani and move Australia beyond coal.
The purpose of the Upfield Urban Forest project is to create and sustain a shady forest of trees and vegetation along the train line and bike paths and around the stations.
If you represent a local environment group that is not listed here, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know.