Master’s, Bachelor, or PHD?

Our program is targeted at Master’s research students who are passionate making an impact with their studies. Bachelor student with a great essay? PhD student trying to extract your core message? We love you too.

Free Help

Need some help turning your research into another output? We offer free private consultation sessions for eligible students and recent graduates. We’d love to read your application.


We offer workshops and talks for students. Relevant for sustainability student groups, teachers and course coordinators.



We enable research on sustainable development to become more accessible and actionable. We want to make it easy for student researchers to communicate their messages and support their professional development.


Our partners are also passionate about finding compelling and engaging ways to communicate sustainability, from writers, designers, podcasters and videographers.


Have a passion for improving the way sustainability research is communicated? Have experience in communications, marketing, policy, website design, or writing? We want to hear from you.




We have collated resources, tools, links, websites to help students better communicate their research. We acknowledge the fabulous range of resources that are already out there and build on them. Subscribe to our mailing list to keep up with the latest announcements and events.


Take us with you

Sharpen the core messages of your research and determine your research legacy. Grow skills you can apply for the rest of your life.


Globally ICLEI is active in over 100 countries, and here in Melbourne we’re a small but well-connected group with links to key organisations supporting local councils and communities in the green transition.




Writers and designers for sustainability: A Melbourne based community of creatives and creators that give a f*** about the Planet and do cool stuff.

Climactic is a podcasting collective social enterprise, that's creating shows, building audiences, and developing new media skills in the climate community.