Welcome to the 

 Tasmanian University Environment Society

Connect. Create. Conserve.

Become a member!
 Frenchman's Cap in Tassie's South West


Happy members in 2022!



Exciting events year round!



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Who are we?


The Tasmanian University Environment Society is an inclusive society for students, staff, and community members who are interested and passionate about the environment. We welcome discourse and action across all climate, natural environment, and sustainable living issues.

End of Year Ho-Ho-Ho Down 2040 Doco Night Clean-Up Australia Day

Our Team

Liam McLaren


Jimmy Cordwell


Lauren Crowley


Tobias Burrows

Social Media 


Membership benefits

Join our club to get access to exclusive deals and career opportunities, support the environment, and enjoy the best time at uni!


Social Events

We see one of the best parts of attending university being the ability to enjoy your time there, meet like-minded people, and attend the best social events. So we love to run as many as we can as possible!


Networking & Career Events

We believe our role as a society is to connect students with potential career paths and employers. As such we run a range of annual networking & career events.


Business Deals

We are working with local businesses that align with our values [and yours] to support those who support the environment. Check out QPAY or down below for existing deals with more to come!




A Christmas Barrel

In conjunction with the Landcare & Planning Societies we are hosting our annual end of year get together, A Christmas Barrel.
Cheap drinks, free pizza, a theme, and FREE tickets, what more could you possibly want!
When: Saturday Nov 12th, 6-10PM
Where: The Wilderness Society, Hobart
Theme: A Green Christmas
Cost: FREE!
Get your tickets here!


Enviro Society AGM

We are looking for our the next group of passionate students to join our amazing committee for 2023!
There will be free beers and a couple pizzas to keep us entertained!
When: Monday 7th Nov, 5:30pm
Where: 4th Floor Rooftop, Geography Building, Sandy Bay
Nominate for positions here!


UTE: Advanced Bush Survival & Camping 101

UTE's Overnighter: Bush Survival Camp
When: 6:15AM Sat 12th - 6:00PM Mon 14th November
Where: Bus Departs TUSA Carpark, Sandy Bay, TAS
Held in the Fingal Valley, NE TAS
Cost: $120
Click here to get a ticket!


Jobs and Career Development


Career Connect is your one-stop shop for all things related to career planning, industry experiences, volunteering, leadership development and even finding jobs while studying.
In addition to a range of resources and modules to help you build a job ready application package, Career Connect has over 800 employers who have specifically chosen to recruit talent 


from the University of Tasmania.
Career Connect's Careers Road Trip program additionally provides regular professional skill development sessions such as: resume building, mock-interviews, networking & LinkedIn, and much more! We recommend you make use of such an amazing resource! For direct access to the resource library 
Click here!

Career Connect

Sustainable Opportunities

An initiative from the Sustainable Universities Network, Sustainable Opportunities Australia is an initiative organised by the Sustainable Universities Network which compiles any sustainability related opportunity for young people. This includes jobs, internships, and volunteer positions.


Letter to Federal Environment Minister Plibersek

We study in lutruwita/Tasmania and enjoy a proximity to a wealth of natural values. We know and learn on a daily basis that both the natural values of lutruwita/Tasmania and the country as a whole are in extensive trouble, with indicators pointing to poor condition and with a recognised state of further decline.

We wrote to Minister Plibersek following the release of the Federal Governments State of Environment report. 

Our three key points are: no new coal + gas, environmental law reform, and international leadership. Find out more by reading the full letter here.


Blogging Opportunities

Love to write and passionate about the environment? We have blogging opportunities available through our friends at Tarkine and the Sustainable Universities Network. Check out some of their work at: 

To learn more get in contact with us through our socials!


Current Affairs


Students Say No to Scarborough

"This project is the most climate polluting in Australia's history.
The project is not 1.5 degree consistent - we will not be able to achieve the Paris agreement if this project goes ahead.
The project will devastate WA’s unique marine wildlife.
The projects is a threat to irreplaceable WA First Nations’ heritage – the Burrup Peninsula Rock Art."
Click here to sign the letter and to learn more!


Prospective Future Events

We are looking towards 2023!

Want to influence how the Environment Society shapes into the future? Come along to our AGM on Monday the 7th November, more details above!

Want to help us make these events, and more, become a reality?

Reach out to us, we are always looking for new people and new ideas!

Get in contact through insta!
 A Plastic Ocean Doco Night

Past Events


Pedder Projections + Discussion Panel


TUES & TUPS All-Weather Get-Together


Women's Environmental Careers Panel

From Fire to Ashes to a Sustainable Future - a Seminar


Environmental Careers Expo


Environmental Societies Trivia Night

Regenerating Australia Screening & Panel Q&A


National Day of Action on Ocean Litter


2022 Clubs & Societies @ The Goods Shed

A Plastic Ocean w AMCS guest Shane Cucow


Clean-Up Australia Day w Australian Marine Conservation Society


2022 GPSS Welcome Scavenger Hunt

End of Year HoHoHo Down @ the Duke


A Life on Our Planet-David Attenborough - Pizza and Doco Night


Fools & Dreamers: Regenerating a Native Forest - Pizza and Doco Night

National Threatened Species Day - Q+A Webinar


Public Trust-Patagonia Documentary - Pizza and Doco Night


2040 - Pizza and Doco Night