September 22, 2014

Three Tips to Help You Build a More Sustainable Business

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Building a more sustainable business is a win-win for both your company and the environment. Aside from potentially allowing you to cut down on expenses, you’ll be doing our planet a huge favour by going down this route.

Premier’s Sustainability Awards 2014 – People’s Choice Opens Today

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The People’s Choice is an opportunity for everyone to participate in the Premier’s Sustainability Awards, Victoria’s most prestigious sustainability awards program, and learn more about the businesses, organisations and community groups leading the way with their environmental initiatives.

Urban residents are rising to the challenge

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If agricultural crops in Australia were failing, and farmers were forced choose just one crop species to focus their time and money on, which crop would you pick? Grapes for wine? Avocados? Watermelon?

Native Box Review

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I have the fantastic opportunity to try out the Native Box subscription service so I thought I would give everyone a review of the box and products!

A new way to give nature a hand?

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Australia has a great parks and reserve system –about 13% of the continent is protected. But these parks and reserves don’t exist in isolation.

How to Make Your Own Kitty Litter

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I have two Burmese cats that both torment and enrich my life in more ways than I can count. 

Wasting Food and What to Do

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There are numerous reasons that it’s bad to waste food.  A recent study by the founder of CleanMetrics, Kumar Venkat, has found that on average Americans waste enough food to account for one and a half percent of total carbon emissions. 

Small is Beautiful

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Small is Beautiful is a feature length exploring the tiny house movement. It’s a collaboration Australian filmmaker Jeremy Beasley and Oregon native Kelly Nardo.

Documentaries about Veganism

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The choice to begin a vegan lifestyle can be incredibly overwhelming. As with any undertaking, it’s better to be able to make an informed decision. There are several documentaries that can help gain the information needed to make this transition successfully.

Life is on the line, clothes line that is!

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Since their invention in the 1900s tumble driers have become the energy-guzzling bad boys of the home. We now favour ease and convenience over the natural drying ability of the elements – all at the expense of our planet, but there’s no excuse for using one if the weather is fair and you have outside […]