As well as being an award-winning program, Living Smart has been featured in many publications.
The Living Smart Program is a winner! The program has won these prestigious awards:
- Department of Environment and Conservation Allen Strom Eureka Prize for Sustainability Education (2004)
- Adult Learners Outstanding Environmental Education program (2003)
- Contributed to the City of Fremantle winning the Western Australian Environment Award (2003) for Government Leading by Example
These awards were received for achievements reached in developing the program through Pilot Programs in 2003 and 2004. These outcomes were identified through extensive evaluations, which helps us and others learn what does and doesn’t work.
During the course of the Living Smart program, a range of publications were prepared, including conference papers, applications for awards and evaluation reports:
- Living Smart Evaluation Report (Pilot 1, 2003)
- Living Smart Evaluation Report (Pilot 2, 2004)
- Raphael, C. et al, Regional Governance for Sustainability Conference, September 2003
- Raphael, C. et al, 5th International Cities, Town Centres and Communities Conference, May 2004
- Sheehy, L. & Dingle, P. (2003) Goal Setting Education and Sustainability: Living Smart in the City of Fremantle. Regional Governance for Sustainability Conference, Fremantle, September 2003.
- Sheehy, L. & Dingle, P. (2004) Educating Communities for Sustainability: Living Smart in the City of Fremantle, Western Australia. The Sustainable City Conference, 2004, Italy.
- Sheehy, L. & Dingle, P. (2004) Evaluating Environmental Education Programs: How do we know if they work? AAEE 2004 Conference: Creating Ethical Communities Now, Footprints, Pathways and Possibilities, Adelaide.