Partnerships (click on names, to link to webpages)
Spacechameleon Adventure Co is proud to support these businesses and recommends their services and products:
Mainpeak is a Western Australian based, family-owned and operated retailer of premium outdoor adventure equipment. For all your climbing and outdoor needs ... these guys will fit you out at a great price and with personolised, friendly service. For any of Spacechameleon Adventure Co's adventures, Mainpeak can help get you ready, stay comfortable and safe.
Looking for a unique style and a creative way to get your message accross, look no further, Charile's got you covered! Charlie may be young in years, but her eyes capture timeless momemts with the finesse of someone much older. Charlie shot and edited Spacechameleon Adventure Co's Promo video ... check it out to see how good she is :)
Spacechameleon Adventure Co runs WA's first and only tree climbing at the Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk in Walpole. This is the only place in the world where you can climb into the canopy of a Karri tree on a rope, making this a truly unique and iconic experience. As well as tree climbing we also abseil off the Tree Top Walk itself. Spacechameleon Adventure Co supports and appreciates the Tree Top Walk's foresight and vision in allowing the developement of recreational tree climb in WA.
Community (click on names, to link to webpages)
Social responsibility and giving back
At Spacechameleon Adventure Co, we are committed to helping the community, our planet, and supporting a sustainable future. This ensures not only beautiful and amazing places for adventures, but a healthy and thriving planet. We contribute to charitable, social and environmental activities through donating our time and resources, including but not limited to training. We realise to make a difference we need to focus not only on people, but also the big picture including the environment, health and attitudes.
Spacechameleon Adventure Co supports these organisations
Our karri and jarrah forests are still being logged despite the industry continually running at a loss to the State. As taxpayers we are paying to see our forests destroyed.
For the past 10 years, about 90 sq. km of forest have been logged every year. If the new Forest Management Plan is implemented, twice that area of forest could be logged every year for the next decade. That’s the equivalent in size of 10,000 Subiaco ovals every year.
More than 80% of the wood from our forests ends up as firewood, woodchips, charcoal and railway sleepers
The Conservation Council of Western Australia (CCWA) is the State's foremost non-profit, non-government conservation organisation. We are WA's peak environment and sustainability group with over 90 member groups and have been an outspoken advocate for conservation and a sustainable WA for over 45 years.
Our vision is to have communities living sustainably in our unique WA environment, our mission is to increase community awareness on conservation and encourage action for conservation throughout Western Australia.
Horizontal Hydraulic Slickwater Fracturing (aka Fracking) is set to become a major business in Western Australia. Not only is our beautiful nature at risk, but the methods used endanger wildlife, live stock, our pets as well as our own health. Being the driest inhabited continent Earth, endangering our aquifers is somewhat illogical, especially as they are all linked.
Market Forces believes that the banks, superannuation funds and governments that have custody of our money, should use it to protect ... not damage ... our environment. Take back control of our future and divest today!
The number 350 means climate safety: to preserve a livable planet, scientists tell us we must reduce the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere from its current level of 400 parts per million to below 350 ppm.
We believe that a global grassroots movement can hold our leaders accountable to the realities of science and the principles of justice. That movement is rising from the bottom up all over the world, and is uniting to create the solutions that will ensure a better future for all.
The Fremantle Community Wind Farm is a proposed project with a long history. They are a group of volunteers with strong community roots in Fremantle, energy-industry skills and experience, access to the intellectual property of the previous project proponents, and an intention to establish a community-owned wind farm at Rous Head.
This is a fantastic opportunity to comprehensively and visibly demonstrate what a sustainable business can be: the Fremantle Wind Farm Cooperative.