Working together, pulling as one
WinZero was formed to provide a strong, and powerful voice for the environment in the Southern Highlands. We represent everyone who lives in his beautiful part of the world, and also the following organisations. All doing their part to look after the environment now, and into the future.
If you would like to join our alliance partners, please let us know and we’ll see what we can do.
WinZero was formed to provide a strong, and powerful voice for the environment in the Southern Highlands. We represent everyone who lives in his beautiful part of the world, and also the following organisations. All doing their part to look after the environment now, and into the future. If you would like to join our alliance partners, please let us know and we’ll see what we can do.
The Low Carbon Living program supports individuals, organisations and communities to take real action to reduce their carbon footprint and mitigate the threat of climate change.
We inspire investment in community renewable energy (CORE) projects . We want to Inform, Consult, Involve, Collaborate and, most of all, Empower local people.
Helps eliminate fossil fuels.
Protect, repair, regenerate, change practice. And, learn, share and connect. Landcarers work across farmland, bushland, parkland, beaches, national parks, rivers, dunes, creeks, Crown land, public land, private land, forests, travelling stock routes.
Wombatised inc. covers an ever expanding network of people dedicated to the welfare of our native animals. We have a strong focus on education, conservation and community inclusion. We work for all wildlife with an emphasis on wombats in the Southern Highlands.
Moss Vale Community Garden is a place where the community can gather to grow and share healthy food whilst developing supportive friendships. Its activities are guided by the principles of permaculture. It networks with community groups and members promote learning, tolerance and mutual respect. It is a place where the natural environment is respected and revered, promoting biodiversity in both native ecosystems and heritage food crops.
Striking from school to demand politicians take our future seriously and treat climate change as what it is: a crisis. WE demand three things. 1. No new coal, oil and gas projects, including the Adani mine. 2. 100% renewable energy generation and exports by 2030. 3. Fund a just transition and job creation for all fossil-fuel workers & communities. Helps create awareness.
Australian Parents for Climate Action is the voice for all parents, grandparents and carers of children in Australia to show their deep concern about the impact of climate change on our children’s safety and survival, now and into the future. We have a moral duty to rebel—whatever our politics. Helps create awareness.
Southern Highlands Walking and Cycling Advocacy is an organisation of key community stakeholders championing improved, connected and accessible pathways and trails for walkers and cyclists within and between townships, villages and recreational parklands across Wingecarribee Shire.
SHAPS is a regional group of Australian Plant Society NSW. Our mission is to promote the knowledge and appreciation of Australian native plants and in particular the unique flora of the Southern Highlands. We are interested in the botanical features of plants, their care and propagation and their place in both gardens, the bush and in the wider environment.
350.org Southern Highlands is a united community voice for the urgent and just transition towards a zero CO2-e emission future. 350.org Southern Highlands aims to end the exploration for, and use of, fossil fuels by being a part of a global climate movement. The number 350 means climate safety: to preserve a liveable planet, scientists tell us we must reduce the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere from its current level of 415 parts per million to below 350 ppm.
Koalas in the Southern Highlands faced near local extinction due to a range of pressures including land clearing, poaching for the fur trade during colonial times and the Great Depression. But the koalas are breeding, and we now have the largest population in Southern NSW.