Every year Keep Australia Beautiful hosts the Australian National Sustainable Communities Tidy Towns Award, where we celebrate all of the towns making instrumental changes to improve their local sustainability and reduce their enviornmental impact.
Last years worthy 2021 Sustainable Communities […]
Keep Australia Beautiful (KAB), the nation’s lead campaigner for a litter free and sustainable country, is relaunching its historic anti-littering campaign in an effort to motivate Australians to prevent litter and rubbish dumping.
Originally launched in 1979, the Do the Right Thing campaign […]
A survey conducted by Keep Australia Beautiful in August 2020 has found that although there was overall agreement that the disposal of end-of-life tyres is a worldwide environmental problem, a significant majority did not know what happens after they are left with […]
Keep Australia Beautiful (KAB), the national operator for the hugely successful international environmental education framework and awards program – Eco-Schools – has announced new free curriculum linked resources as well as grants for the Litter Legends Campaigns (LLC) and the return of […]
The Keep Australia Beautiful National Litter Index (NLI) (2018/2019) results have been analysed, showing surprise results in the twelfth year that the survey has been conducted across 983 national sites.
According to the latest data, Australia’s litter has increased by 1 per cent, with the […]
Keep Australia Beautiful has announced the Northern Territory finalist Santa Teresa (Ltyentye Apurte) as the winner of the 2019 Australian Sustainable Communities – Tidy Towns Awards, at an event hosted by last year’s winner Smithton, Tasmania on 5 April 2019.
Keep Australia Beautiful has announced the Tasmanian finalist Smithton as the winner of the 2018 Australian Tidy Towns Awards, at an event hosted by last year’s winner Barmera, South Australia on 6 April 2018.
Running nationally since 1990, the Australian Tidy Towns […]