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Keeping warm during the winter can take its toll on the environment. Here's how to snuggle up and sleep well, knowing you’re making the best choice.
We’ll show you the green, greener, and greenest ways to stay warm at home this winter.
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Our intern Joel Burgess discovers simple, cost effective solutions to insulate his room using gap filler, weather stripping and bubble wrap.
25 June, 2013
Join knitters from all over Canberra to knit your own winter woollies – socks, scarves and even jumpers. In this workshop, knitting experts will show you easy pointers for knitting your own clothes, which can save you money, reduce your clothes miles and at the same time is a relaxing and creative hobby.
Where: Canberra Environment Centre, Lennox Crossing Cnr Lawson Crescent (next to the National Museum).
When: 6pm – 7pm, Tuesday 25 June, 2013.
Cost: $15 or $10 for concessions / Carbon Challenge participants.
Booking: Essential due to limited places. Email email@example.com or phone (02) 6248 0885
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