CREECCalifornia Regional Environmental Education Community
CREECCarquinez Regional Environmental Education Center (Crockett, CA)
CREECCommercial Real Estate Economic Coalition (Portland, OR)
CREECConsortium for Research and Education on Emerging Contaminants
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Nespak worked out the cost of the first phase of ML-I project at $3.4 billion, but Creec computed the cost at $4.02 billion and PRACS estimated the cost at $3.2 billion.
Planning, implementation and evaluation of the expo was achieved through a successful partnership between CREEC, City of Canning, South East Regional Centre for Urban Landcare (SERCUL), National Science Week, the Australian Association for Environmental Education-WA Chapter (AAEE-WA), Little Green Steps, SGIO, Swan River Trust and Great Gardens.
* Ongoing use of expo science activities and resources, solar laptop display, solar kits at CREEC and other science events.
In conclusion, the science expos conducted at CREEC during National Science Week over the last five years have produced and will continue to provide long-term benefits in terms of science engagement and awareness of sustainability issues.
Special thanks to the Scent of Science team: Hayley Bullimore, Noeleen Edwards and Tracy Lyon (CREEC), Amy Krupa (SERCUL), Jennifer Pearson and Elaine Lewis (AAEE-WA), Katherine Gaschk and Vicky Hartill (Waste Consultants) and to our many volunteers, presenters, sponsors and expo patrons.