Vivid Sydney Returns

24 May to 10 June, 2013
Vivid Sydney is returning for a fifth year as a ‘must see’ global festival boasting a greater variety of creative light, music and innovative ideas and technology. More than 60 immersive light installations and 3D projections will be featured upon Sydney Opera House sails, Customs House, Cadman’s Cottage and the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA). For the first time, the festival will be extended to the Darling Harbour precinct. Vivid Light will transform Darling Harbour into a spectacle of dancing water fountains, water screen projection performances and dazzling light and water shows. The Sydney Harbour Bridge will continue to be the centrepiece with a spectacular display of light every night during the festival. Vivid Sydney is an environmentally responsible event committing to low energy consumption and low carbon emissions. It is an ultimate incorporation of creativity, technology and sustainability.

Where: Sydney NSW.
When: 24 May – 10 June, 2013.
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Set New World Record for e-Waste Collection

20 to 28 April, 2013
Help set a new world record for the most e-waste collected for recycling between 20 and 28 April to tackle the fastest growing waste problem in Australia. TechCollect is the newest and biggest recycling program for old computers, printers and televisions in the nation. The program is driving the free and recycling initiative to recycle these products responsible and keep them out of landfill. Simply drop off e-waste to a TechCollect site between 20 and 28 April for free recycling to help set a new world record - visit for the 65 drop-off sites and opening hours.

Where: Around Australia.
When: 20 April - 28 April, 2013.
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True cost of an iPhone

Tuesday, 22 May 2012

An interactive graphic that takes a closer look at the lifecycle and true cost of one of the trendiest gadgets – Apple’s iPhone.

Apple's new eco Mac

Tuesday, 21 October 2008

The latest new Mac is the greenest yet. Apple has revolutionised its engineering to reduce the amount of waste used to make the laptop.

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