Inspiring others to make a difference

Nature Ambassadors act in the community and environment, inspiring others to make a difference too.

Whether it’s organizing a community clean-up, sharing how to reduce waste, or planting a Nature Block, Nature Ambassadors lead the way, guiding others to get involved and make a positive social and environmental impact on the world around us.

Help us build back nature!

Nature Blocks is a contemporary approach to inspiring and empowering a growing community of Nature Stewards. A simple concept to put biodiversity back in the heart of society and our cities – for mutual benefits on both nature and human health.

Halting and reversing biodiversity loss will require the support of the whole community and this includes balconies, backyards and nature strips. Every pair of hands, and every square metre can make a difference.

Catherine and Amanda from Coles with their Nature Block.
Catherine and Amanda from Coles with their Nature Block at…

The CVA Academy

The CVA Academy is an online facilitated community hub that provides support for individuals looking to take action for the environment.

The Academy offers practical learning and sharing opportunities with like-minded people to develop skills, confidence and networks for greater social and environmental impact.

Members can participate in on-ground events, online learning and sharing, and take charge of actions in local communities.

The SeaToSource Nature Ambassador Program

SeaToSource supports people around the country to tackle one of the world’s most solvable environmental issues – ocean litter.

Over the next 5 years, we are committing to activating a community of people to remove 30 tonnes of rubbish from entering the environment as we continue to work with CSIRO to expand their National Plastic Pollution Baseline Survey across the country.

Become a Nature Ambassador

CVA is always looking for motivated and engaged nature lovers, keen to become leaders for nature in their community. Nature Ambassadors spearhead efforts to help us raise awareness, motivate more people to take action, build knowledge, and positively impact on health, wellbeing, community resilience and the environment.