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Calculating carbon

Students participating in WithOneSeed's Carbon Futures program, collect data in the field to calculate the average quantity of carbon held in trees. The program, being delivered in association with the Royal Botanic Gardens in Cranbourne, is available to all Victorian…

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Royal Botanical Gardens

Contributing to the future of the world

WithOneSeed in association with Royal Botanic Gardens, Melbourne has developed an innovative Carbon Futures program for Victorian schools. The program investigates the carbon cycle, climate change and carbon offsetting through science method and practical investigations in the field. It provides…

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Melbourne Uni

Building the back-end

This week, WithOneSeed (WOS) briefed a Melbourne University Business Consulting Capstone group on an analysis and research project. The brief is to design the back-end system for WOS that will enable the management of donor activities and Community Tree Cooperative…

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Melbourne University contributes research

This week, the Melbourne University Capstone Business Consulting initiative will commence a fourth WithOneSeed student research project. The Captone Business Consulting project is a final-year Bachelor of Commerce subject that brings high-achieving students and industry professionals together. Student consulting teams…

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Universal Education begins from Cranbourne

WithOneSeed in partnership with the Royal Botanic Gardens (RBG) Victoria has developed a school-based educational curriculum with education practitioners in Victoria, Australia and Baguia, Timor Leste. The curriculum and activities are designed to broaden knowledge and awareness about the carbon…

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Students Skype May 2012

Skype in the remote mountains

Connecting schools across the Asia Pacific region Students from St Josephs School Baguia talking to year 10 students from a St Kilda school over skype. Many of the Timorese students families and friends are involved in the With One Seed…

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