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Tanya Ha’s comments on the discussion over bringing more people onto an already over-populated planet.
If every child in Australia planted a tree before they reached the age of ten we’d have millions more trees greening up public spaces and improving our country’s carbon footprint.
Thanks to a carbon intensive manufacturing process and the plastics, chemicals and toxins many runners are made of, they can leave a larger footprint than you think.
Landscape designer, Darren Taitoko shares his expertise into what makes a happy and functional communal garden.
Simple swaps to make, that’ll earn you serious eco-brownie points, the animals will thank you, and you'll get great health benefits too.
The next time someone interrupts you mid-meditation, tells you to turn off Enya and come back down to Earth, tell them to talk to the hand – which, by the way, feels much better now, thanks, after listening to the music of Katy Tsai and Tina Marsden.
The Green Lifestyle Hall of Fame winner last year, David Holmgren, explains how permaculture was born from the energy crisis.
We chat to Daniel Simons, director of the Transitions Film Festival, about why you shouldn't miss these films.
Watch the world's best storytellers come together to tell the most important story of our time in a collection of short documentaries, Years of Living Dangerously.
21 February, 2015
HE'S BACK! Join Joel Salatin for a unique one-day masterclass exploring how to set up a thriving, profitable and ethical small farm, using Polyface Farms' innovative techniques. This masterclass is perfect for beginner farmers, wanna-be farmers, tree-changers, landholders, and clean food advocates who are ready to get serious about regenerative agriculture and fair food systems – all built from the ground up.
Where: NSW Teachers Federation Conference Centre, Sydney, NSW.
When: 9am – 5pm, Saturday February 21, 2015.
Cost: Earlybird Price & Group Prices Available.
Click here for more info.