Events

Artisans Market at The Coal Loader

Artisans Market at the Coal Loader

30 November, 2014

Showcasing a wide range of local talent, the Artisans Market at the historic Coal Loader is a treat for the eyes. Browse the stalls displaying and selling art, jewelry, sculpture, sustainable fashions, wool creations, food and a whole lot more. You can purchase original and creative products from emerging designers who fit in with the ethos of the Coal Loader Centre for Sustainability. Artisans markets are held throughout the year, but this will be the last one for the year, so don't miss out.

Where: Coal Loader Centre for Sustainability, Waverton, North Sydney, NSW.
When: 9am – 3pm, Sunday 30 November, 2014.
Cost: Free entry to the market, and while a few stalls do have Pay Pass, it's a good idea not to forget your spending money!
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EcoXpo: The Pinnacle event of Sustainability

28 – 30 November, 2014

EcoXpo is a remarkable free community event that allows families, businesses, and organisations to learn about the best in eco and sustainable products and services, including organic food and wines, gardening, energy, beauty, fashion, yoga, sustainable transport, eco building materials, environmental protection, and corporate responsibility. Book your FREE ticket now and check out more than 100 workshops and various activities over the weekend: www.ecoxpo.com.au/program/

Where: Prince Alfred Park, Chalmers Street (cnr of Cleveland Street) Surry Hills, Sydney, NSW.
When: 10am – 10pm, Between Friday 28 to Sunday 30 November, 2014.
Cost: Free Event During The Day: from 10.00am to 6.00pm, Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 November.
Free EcoMovies at Night: starting around 8.00pm to 10.00pm, Friday 28 and Saturday 29 November.
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Garrigarrang: Sea Country Exhibition

Open from Friday 21 November

The Australian Museum has a new permanent Indigenous exhibition, Garrigarrang: Sea Country, illustrating the deep connection between Indigenous Australians and the sea, and exploring the diverse spiritual beliefs, values and complex knowledge systems that continue across Australia

Where: The Australian Museum, Indigenous Australian Gallery, 6 College St Sydney, NSW.
When: Thursday 21 – Monday 1 December, 2017.
Cost: Free after admission.
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Corroboree Sydney 2014

Corroboree Sydney 2014

20–30 November, 2014.

Sydney’s second Corroboree festival features tours of major cultural institutions, an indigenous arts market and a film program. The largely free event will conclude with a free outdoor performance by Bangarra Dance Theatre on the Sydney Opera House forecourt, to celebrate their 25th anniversary. The Australian Museum’s new exhibition Corrobborree Sydney is featuring a range of workshops and classes in conjunction with the festival, including Aboriginal Storytelling, an Education Program and a Behind the Scenes Tour.

Where: Across Sydney, NSW.
When: Thursday 20 – Sunday 30 November, 2014.
Costs: Various.
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Edible Gardens in Small Spaces

Edible Gardens in Small Spaces

22 November, 2014

Join to learn how to make the most of small spaces for gardening. Cover what potting mix to use, what pots to choose, and what plants will thrive. For more details, and to book in, contact Yolande Presland, Sustainability Education Officer on (02) 9936 8314, sustainabilityeductaion.northsydney.nsw.gov.au

Where: Coal Loader Centre for Sustainability, Waverton, NSW.
When: 2pm – 4pm, Saturday 22 November, 2014.
Cost: Free.
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CEO & Business Leaders Summit

CEO & Business Leaders Summit

20 November, 2014

Green World City Organisation is a global alliance of CEOs, senior executives and experts of organisations involved in creating sustainable projects in over 120 countries. They are inviting CEOs, business leaders and experts interested in the business opportunities in creating better future cities at CEO & BUSINESS LEADERS SUMMIT.

Where: Skye Venue, Sydney Tower, Sydney, NSW.
When: 9am – 5pm, Thursday 20 November, 2014.
Cost: Various, check site for details.
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PlanetFest 2014

PlanetFest pic

16 November, 2014

PlanetFest is a free, nature-inspired outdoor festival with something to excite the whole family. Highlights include the Taronga Zoomobile, giant roving dinosaurs, a marine touch pool, Reverse Garbage, rock climbing, Aboriginal rock painting and basket weaving, advice from ABC Gardening Australia star Costa Georgiadis, and a biodiversity survey of local wildlife using a mobile phone app. Festival goers will be entertained by spectacular world-music by Nicky Bomba and the Gaia Rhythm Show and film screening of Journey to the South Pacific, and enjoy an array of food stalls.

Where: Cathy Freeman Park, Sydney Olympic Park, Sydney, NSW.
When: 10:30am – 8:30pm, Sunday 16 November, 2014.
Cost: Free!
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National Recycling Week

10 – 16 November, 2014
National Recycling week is nearly here, and Planet Ark is encouraging everyone to join in, whether it be at home, school or work. Planet Ark founded National Recycling Week as an education campaign in 1996, to bring focus to recycling and minimising waste. Since then recycling has become part of our every day lives; however with the growing number of items that can be recycled, more education is required to make sure valuable resources stay away from landfill! There are popular events being run over this week that are designed to get schools, social or community groups and businesses recycling, as well as more education about recycling at home.

Where: Australia-wide.
When: Monday 10 - Sunday 16 November, 2014.
Cost: Free to get involved!
Click here to see how you can get involved in National Recycling Week!

Transitions Film Festival – Adelaide

7–16 November, 2014

The Transitions Film Festival is Australia’s largest sustainability and futures film festival, dedicated to showcasing inspirational documentaries about the social and technological innovations, revolutionary ideas and trailblazing change-makers that are leading the way to a better world. The Festival will run over a number of weekends in late October and early November and screen a range of films and documentaries addressing a number of environmental and social issues facing the world today. Following each session will be a set of panel discussions from local and national experts on the issues raised in each screening.

Where: Adelaide, South Australia.
When: 7–16 November, 2014.
Cost: Various.
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The Aha Moment – Seeds of inspiration worth planting

29 October, 2014

Five years after reaching the finals of the first ever Masterchef series, outspoken foodie Michelle Darlington is putting compassion, kindness and inspiration on the menu at an inaugural TED-style boutique gathering set to take place this Wednesday in Potts Point. Six empowering change makers will reveal the most inspiring moments of their lives at the “Aha Moment” – Seeds of Inspiration Worth Planting event presented by Darlington’s socially responsible Seed It Up – an organic seed company supporting the Grow Your Own food movement.

Where: Tusculum House, 3 Manning Street, Potts Point, Sydney, NSW.
When: 6:30 – 7pm (for mingling and canapés), 7:15 – 9pm (for talks), Wednesday 29 October, 2014.
Cost: Part proceeds of this event go to 'The Carevan Foundation' – feeding the homeless in rural Australia. Tickets are $50 + $3.99 booking fee.
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