December 29, 2016

Aussie Green Websites you should be reading!

So many websites, so little time. Here are five great green living blogs that deserve a place in your rss reader. Get browsing!!

This is our first ever round up of some of our favourite aussie eco blogs. There really are so many to mention, so we plan to mention a few every now and again so that you can stay on top of the growing Aussie Eco Blognation!

In no particular order:

ECO friendly Packaging Australia

Eco Friendly Packaging Australia is the home of Lucinda,  a champion for eco friendly packaging. This site is her outlet for pushing a better packaging option for the places she shops at.

I have a vision of a world without waste. There are so many ECO friendly packaging options available now that this vision can be a reality. We as consumers can speak our voice to create change….supporting companies that produce less/no waste & inspiring all companies to adopt eco friendly packaging.

The Greening of Gavin

Gavin Webber is becoming quite the eco-celebrity in Melbourne. His site The Greening of Gavin follows his progress of living a greener and healthier life. From topics such as cheese making, peak oil, gardening tips and tricks and the odd rant, it is on the must read list!

An Ordinary Australian Man Who Has A Green Epiphany Whilst Watching A Documentary, Gets a Hybrid Car, Plants A Large Organic Vegetable Garden, Goes Totally Solar, Lowers Consumption, Feeds Composts Bins and Worms, Harvests Rainwater, Raises Chickens, Makes Cheese and Soap, and Eats Locally. All In The Effort To Reduce Our Family’s Carbon Footprint So We Can Start Making A Difference For Our Children & Future Generations To Come.

Go Greener, Australia

Julie is the blogger extraordinaire of Go Greener, Australia.  Simply put she wants to see change, real change that is!  Her site brings the information she finds around the net and also from her home. Her lists of bookmarks is a very impressive list!! She is also a contributor for the eco-magazine/site  G Magazine

Since Ghandi said “You must be the change you wish to see in the world”, I started looking for information on how to live sustainably. Lots of it only applied to the US or the UK, and although the Aussie resources were out there they were often hard to find.

Green Change

Darren Collins and family are documenting their journey towards a sustainable lifestyle without leaving suburbia. Originally their family consisted of 2 parents and 3 young children, but now includes a few pigs and some chickens! Darren covers a huge range of topics that affect his family such as permiculture and suburban farming.

The Kiama, Shellharbour and Wollongong councils have joined together to create the Sustainable Illawarra project. This project aims to pool the three councils’ resources and knowledge to promote sustainability in a consistent way across the Illawarra.

As part of the project, 120 families across the Illawarra were selected to participate in the Sustainable Illawarra Super Challenge, and we were fortunate enough to be chosen as one of them.

EcoMilf

As it clearly states by the hilarious title, this is a daily blog  of  a mother who is taking steps towards a more sustainable life. She is more than just a funny blog name, she is a vegetarian with amazing recipes, shares beautiful photos of her life and we can share in her journey.

Because going eco is logical. Grab a cup of tea, a piece of fairtrade chocolate and make yourself at home.

We are planning on doing these link lists over the coming months, so please let us know about your green aussie blog so we can add it to our list of green links!

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Comments

  1. Some of my favourite reads!!

    • Thanks! I was just having a look at your site as well and look forward to how you go with the 6 items of clothing for the month! Keep us updated!!

  2. Thanks Rebecca for the listing! I also actively read all of those other sites as well because they are extremely informative.

    Cheers, Gav

    • Hi Gavin,
      If you have any other sites you recommend our readers add to their RSS feed, let us know!

      I have many links about peak oil and correct food storage in times of crisis to go through as well!

  3. Thanks so much for the mention! I already read Gavin and Darren, so I bet I like these other two as well – I’m off to check them out now 😀

    • I hope you like them Julie – I have been checking out your de.lic.ious bookmarks and there are so many great things there to read as well.
      :) my poor eyeballs!!!