And the winners are…
Victoria’s sustainability innovators have two weeks until entries close for the Premier’s Sustainability Awards 2014.
Providers of eco-friendly goods and services, community sustainability groups, government departments and agencies, small and large businesses, educational institutions and individuals are being urged to enter the Victorian Premier’s Sustainability Awards 2014 to celebrate the difference they are making to everyday lives.
Smart phones might be taking over the world, but here at People & Planet we still reckon that you can’t beat the tactile pleasure of a paper diary, or a beautiful calendar that looks out from your wall all year long.
I LOVE Christmas. It’s definitely my favourite time of the year.
Those lucky enough to have visited the World Heritage Listed Great Barrier Reef will agree that it is a memorable experience. The clear water, colourful corals, fish, sharks, turtles and dolphins are all examples of why this wondrous place has been listed as one of the seven natural wonders of the world, and is touted […]
When it comes to choosing a Christmas gift, what factors guide your decision? Is it cost? Aesthetics? Quality? Fashion?
With July 1st 2012 seeing the introducing of the much talked about Carbon Tax (or ‘price on carbon’ if you listen to the Australian Government’s messaging), now is the time to seriously think about making the switch to solar energy. The benefits are two fold as this article explains.
This week, the Australian Government listed several koala populations as “vulnerable”, giving them special protection. As a koala researcher and conservation planner, I am most impressed with Minister Burke’s decision.
Saturday 31, 2012 at 8:30pm is Earth Hour.