On June 25, Rotary International President Mark Maloney made this glorious announcement: 


“The Rotary Foundation Trustees and Rotary International Board of Directors have both unanimously approved adding a new area of focus:  supporting the environment.”

RI’s full statement is here.

You can also read the policy briefings ESRAG presented to Rotary’s Environmental Issues Task Force as they began their confidential deliberations in February.

Rotary is now even better  placed to help bring people and organizations together to collaborate and solve the Environmental challenges faced. 

We thrive if Nature thrives ….and our natural land, water and air ecosystems need our support.

As the local ANZPI chapter for ESRAG – The Environmental Sustainability Rotary Action Group we need people like you to help us catalyse change.

Join Us as a Supporter or Volunteer and let’s leverage the Rotary Network to create meaningful impact.

We have many Volunteer Vacancies …so please  ‘Get Involved’ 

“Thank you President Mark and the RI Board and Trustees for appreciating that healthy humans need a healthy planet.

Rotary’s first project was an environmental one in Chicago.  Now the 7th Area of Focus enables Rotarians to strive to make our world a healthy place for all life to live.

Yes, Rotary Connects the World and now Rotary Opens Opportunities. This is a call to action. 

We have much work to do in economic, cultural AND environmental sustainability. GoRotary.” 

Christopher F. Puttock ESRAG Chair (2019-2021)

Find out more on the ESRAG website>>