Highschools

AELA is able to provide 1 day, half day and two hour workshops, as well as 1 hour interactive presentations, tailored to the needs of your school and your students.

We can introduce students to a broad range of topics, including:

  • the general principles of sustainability
  • environmental governance and systems thinking
  • cross cultural courses sharing information about Indigenous culture and environmental governance
  • Earth jurisprudence, Wild Law and Rights of Nature laws around the world
  • Environmental and planning law
  • Ecological justice
  • Earth Ethics
  • Earth Systems Science, Planetary Boundaries and Bioregional ecological governance

For more information, please email: education@earthlaws.org.au

What people say about AELA’s Highschool Workshops

“Dr Michelle Maloney from AELA gave an engaging, thought-provoking and truly inspiring presentation at a recent sustainability symposium for high school students. Our students commented afterwards how they were amazed at the vast angles of consideration that caring for our Earth entailed and they were excited by the prospect of being able to make a difference to urgent issues. Thankyou AELA for presenting such a vast breadth material and for encouraging our students to confidently think outside the box.”  Kathy Jarrett, Ignatius Park College, Townsville – April 2018

“I can highly recommend a workshop by the Australian Earth Laws Alliance for your high school. AELA’s Convenor, Dr Michelle Maloney gave a workshop as part of our Sustainability Symposium, which involved more than 80 students from Years 9-11. Michelle gave a lively and stimulating introduction to the core problems we face in building a sustainable society, and introduced the students to how we can build solutions through systems thinking and Earth centred governance. Michelle was wonderful to work with and we look forward to working with and learning from Michelle and Australian Earth Laws Alliance in the future.”  Etaoin Donovan, St Laurence’s College, Brisbane

Sustainability Symposium, April 2018