CANWin maintains this website as a place where everyone in the Southern Highlands and beyond can seek out information about how humans affect the Earth’s climate, discuss climate-related issues and concerns, and find out about local sustainable events.
Seek out information
You’ve already found some information about CANWin under the About CANWin option. You can find information about CANWin’s past and present activites under the next option, Climate Action. For details of future events, check out the Calendar. There’s a summary version on the left side of most pages: click the View calendar button to see the full version.
If you’re looking for information rather than action, the next five options are a good way to start.
These headings are also used in a list of websites and other information sources. That’s under the Resources option.
The Glossary explains technical jargon that we’ve seen in discussions about climate and climate action. This is one of the fastest-growing areas of the site, so it’s worth checking every so often. Your contributions are especially welcome for the glossary. We’d like to hear about terms that puzzle you as well as terms you can explain for other readers.
There’s a Search box on the left side of most pages, below the calendar entries. Just type in the word or a short phrase and click the Search button for a list of the places where your search term is used in this website.
Discuss climate issues and concerns
Public comments are open on most articles for at least a month after publication. To make a comment, click the article heading and then go to the end of the page, where you’ll see the comment box. You need to enter your email address and your first comment won’t be published until we’ve checked that you’re not a robot or a spammer. We don’t pass on your email address to anyone.
You can also contact CANWin directly through the Contact option.
CANWin networks with many groups in the Southern Highlands, and chances are we can help you find locals with experience, knowledge, or interest in just about any field related to climate change or sustainability. For example, you might be looking for local seed savers, information about efficient heating for your home, or someone to help you in your experiments with biodiesel. get in touch and we’ll do our best to point you in the right direction.
Publicity for related events and groups
We’re happy to help spread the word about local events and groups whose aims and actions align with our own. Please use this form to tell us what you want to publicise and how.