“Some things like putting solar cells on or buying an electric car are big outlays once every so often but modifying your diet is a small action, done frequently that can have a big impact and one that is also good for individual and community health. We must urgently revolutionise what we eat, how weContinue reading Guest speaker: James Karbowiak: “Food and climate change.”- 5:30pm Upstairs @ the Parkview Hotel
We believe Australia can be an affirming light in a time of despair, a global leader in transitioning to a carbon-free and socially just society, and that is why we wish our government to – Work with Australian land managers to stop land clearing, protect existing forests and grow new forests to absorb existingContinue reading Six sentences of hope for the future
From and the team who brought about the Paris Agreement, this podcast faces the climate crisis head-on but wants you to understand that we have the power to solve this. An amazing line-up of guest interviewees from all different angles from pop stars who get it, to world leaders to trusted environmental heroes like DavidContinue reading “Outrage and Optimism” – From Christian Figueres
Some great positive thought-provoking ideas in this podcast that avoids repeating doom and gloom statistics without discounting them. Focuses on talking about energy independence, green jobs, livable cities, clean water, clean air and healthy children. The Green Elephant in the Room: Conversations About and Solutions to Restoring the Health of our Planet
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“Most Canberrans are now free to grow plants on nature strips outside their homes. New guidelines were quietly put in place in recent weeks and allow people to use the nature strip outside their home to plant ground covers, food plants, native grasses and shrubs up to 50cm in height.” Says — Daniella White, TheContinue reading Would you grow food on your nature strip?