- JCU Clubs and Societies
- Staff volunteering leave scheme
- Community volunteering opportunities
War On Waste
- ACTS Conference 2016 - student blogs
- Green Impact, Staff Sustainability Challenge
- TropEco Interns
Recycling & Waste at JCU
Biodiversity & Environment
- LiFE Index
- Recycling & Waste at JCU
Leadership and Governance
Awards & Recognition
- Sustainable Office Accreditation
JCU has community gardens at its Cairns and Townsville campuses, providing opportunities for students, staff and the local community to get involved in and learn about sustainable food production.
Rotary Sunshine Edible Garden - Townsville
The Townsville campus supports a thriving community garden at the Rotary International College site.
‘Mayi Tjulbin Ma Bugarra' - JCU Cairns Community Garden
Thank you to Djabugay Traditional Owners for giving our garden its language name, ‘Mayi Tjulbin Ma Bugarra'. The name means food and fruits, vegetables, trees and berries from the rainforest and covers all the clans of the Djabugay Nation.