This beautiful short film by Jason Taylor from the Source Project talks about the importance of saving seeds. Filmed in India, this kind of foresight and care for our plants and production food needs to be entrenched in our Australian way of life.
It seems that Green TV shows are not popular. Try pitching them to networks and you will soon see that the care-salesmen / accountants in charge just don’t want to know. They are believed to be earnest and boring! But a few have sneaked under the radar.
All too often these days kids’ birthday parties are stressful exercises in one-upmanship, self indulgence and the spreading of bad food and junk amongst a group of kids put together for political reasons rather than friendship. There! I’ve said it. I don’t actually like normal birthday parties for kids.
The last place most of us look to for useful information is television soap operas. But Makutano Junction, a Kenyan-produced soap opera set in the fictional town of the same name is not your average TV drama.
We have talked about how to make playdough before but it was Kate’s wonderful recipes for natural dye to add to your homemade playdough that I just HAD to share with you!
It seems to me that the horrors man has wreaked on the environment are, largely, rooted in ‘bad habits’.
Loud, sharp or constant noise in the workplace, home or leisure areas can cause hearing impairment, hypertension, ischemic heart disease, annoyance and aggression, sleep disturbance, and a lowering of learning capability which can be measured in school results.
Congratulations, you’re getting married!We are here to help you guide your way through the amazing amount of information about green weddings! Part 6 – The Make up & Hair
Congratulations, you’re getting married! My Green Australia is here to help you guide your way through the amazing amount of information about green weddings! Part 5 – The Food & Drinks
Congratulations, you’re getting married! My Green Australia is here to help you guide your way through the amazing amount of information about green weddings! Part 4 – The Flowers and Decor