Indigenous languages capture a deep knowledge of the environment far beyond the realms of western science. So what does the loss of some of these dialects mean for Australian species? Izzy Tolhurst writes.
There’s never been a more important and exciting time to start conversations about the environment, and we’re looking to get all voices on board. Today we open the gates for submissions for our new website.
We’re thrilled to announce the first release of tickets from EFFA’s 2016 program. This year’s Education Program at ACMI invites Years 3-10 students to watch environmental documentaries and start a conversation.
Environmental Film Festival Australia is back for 2016! In our seventh year running, we’ve set our sights on three more Australian cities. We’re launching in Melbourne on 29 September. Soon after that we’ll be screening and scheming across Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra, Adelaide and Hobart.