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Climate Change: A Young Woman’s Perspective.

Climate action is extremely important to the young people of today. Emily Harle, Year 12 has paired her voice with her passion to protect our planet, to highlight the very real issues our country faces when it comes to climate change. In She Society today, Emily expresses the need for a clear plan to tackle the negative impacts of climate change to ensure a better future for Australians in years to come.

Adding colour to the street

The Hope is Not Cancelled mural brightens Canterbury Road under the train pass near the Maling Road corner. The mural was born from students work with an artist in residence, Nicole van Dijk and draws from their experience living through the Covid-19 pandemic.

Good Business

Seeking a viable future and harnessing industry innovation is Head of Sustainability at David Jones & Country Road Group, alumna Eloise Bishop (’93). Eloise has adapted and embraced learning throughout her career to have a positive impact on our future world.

Breaking the Bias

International Women’s Day recognises and celebrates how far women have come towards gender equality, how far we have to go, and the outstanding work and contribution of the women in our community and beyond. Strathcona is launching its inaugural Women’s Series with an International Women’s Day breakfast.