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Our urban backyards are our green havens, but the risk of contaminated soils may change the way we need to garden and live.
We all know that prevention is better than cure, but if you’re noticing an influx of bad creepy crawlies in your garden, try this natural recipe for success.
Partnered with 16 local and international non-profit organisations the app will allow users to participate in real-world wildlife conservation and habitat restoration scenarios.
If you have a passion for solving the environmental problems that face our society then the Bachelor of Environmental Science and Management is for you. Environmental sciences at The University of Newcastle debuted in the top 150 in the 2015 QS World subject rankings*.
This one-day course is for everyone who wants to grow organic fruit + nut trees in small spaces – whether in the city or your backyard – and still get a bumper harvest.
22 June 2015
The Alliance Française de Sydney will host a forum on June 22 to discuss the importance of the Paris COP21 Summit which is being held in November/December this year.
One Tree Per School, One Shrub Per Student.
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.
A plant is only as good as the soil you grow it in, and the nutrients of its fruit and veg the same. Read on to soak up some soil-building know-how.
Tuesday 19th May in Sydney
Thursday 21st May in Melbourne
Green Building Day draws together the ideas that are transforming our built environment. Each year, it delivers an inspiring program of industry experts, future leaders, ground breaking case studies and has become a highly anticipated forum for industry engagement and individual collaboration.