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Everyday Green Hero

Wednesday, 20 August 2014

At the 2013 Green Lifestyle Awards, Gavin Webber won the Local Green Hero Award. While he calls himself ‘Just an ordinary bloke’, his blog, charting his journey to a greener lifestyle, has inspired a remarkable number of people to live more sustainably.

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Teddy bears' picnic

Monday, 18 August 2014

Cute kids' felt figurines that support the cause of highlighting the problems with unsustainable palm oil.

Guided Walk of The Coal Loader

Guided Walk of The Coal Loader

16 August, 2014

With inspiring harbour views and a rich history, a tour of the Coal Loader site is a beautiful location to learn about sustainable living. The Coal Loader features a sustainability cottage, wetlands, community garden, native bushland nursery, historical tunnels, Aboriginal engravings, parklands and a beautiful bushland reserve next door. Experience this on a free guided tour as well as learn about the Coal Loader platform, Sustainability Centre and history of the Waverton peninsula. It is recommended that you book ahead.

Where: Coal Loader Centre for Sustainability, Waverton.
When: Saturday 16 August, 2pm – 3:30pm
Cost: Free.
Click here for more info.

My Aussie Farm Stay

My Aussie Farm Stay

Friday, 15 August 2014

Our staff writer Jess Crisp shares her experience of a farm stay in the Australian country.

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Nourishing winter bowl

Thursday, 14 August 2014

The Thoughtful Eater shares her recipe for a nourishing winter bowl, using some of her favourite winter vegies, and serving them raw so your body can get all the goodness out of it!

Dr Charlie Teo

A compassionate voice

Wednesday, 13 August 2014

Dr Charlie Teo is a world-leading neurosurgeon in Australia, but he’s also a longstanding supporter of animal protection group Voiceless. We asked him why he thinks aligning our actions with our ethics is so important.

Harbour Hike 2014

Harbour Hike 2014

7 September, 2014

Take in the stunning views of the Harbour foreshore this Father’s Day while raising funds for the Sydney Institute of Marine Science (SIMS). Stroll along 12km of lower north shore pathways past majestic federation homes, glorious bays, bobbing boats and with spectacular vistas of the city. You’ll be able to appreciate Sydney’s unique envirnment and help SIMS with their five-year Sydney Harbour Research Programme which aims to discover ‘what lies beneath’ the harbour and the threats posed to this marine habitat. Hikers can enter competitions to win great prizes and all are rewarded with a 20% discount on Fantasea Adventure Cruising’s Bondi Beach Whale Watching Cruise or Sydney Seven Wonders Coastal Adventure. So get your registration in!

Where: The hike will begin under the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Bradfield Plaza, Kirribilli.
When: Sunday 7 September, 2014
Cost: Adults $35, children and concessions $25.
Click here for more info.

The Animal Holocaust Exhibition 2014

The Animal Holocaust Exhibition 2014

19 – 26 September, 2014

Demonstrating her love of animals and conviction that animals deserve better treatment, artist Jo Frederiks will be displaying her latest work in an exhibition titled ‘The Animal Holocaust’. Frederiks wants to expose the plight of animals, she says, “the definition of holocaust is ‘great or total destruction of life’. That’s what is going on everyday to animals in Australia and around the world. In this modern day and age of technology and freedom of information, ignorance is no longer an excuse for abuse or suffering”. It may be challenging and confronting viewing, but it is something the animal rights advocate feels the world needs to see.

Where: Royal Queensland Art Society Art Gallery, Broadbeach, Queensland.
When: The exhibition runs from 19 to 26 September and will be opened on 19 September by Australian philanthropist and Victorian of the Year (2007), Philip Wollen, OAM.
Cost: Entry to the Art Gallery is free.
Click here for more info.

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Recycling goes underground

Tuesday, 12 August 2014

In an Australian-first, apartment residents near Kings Cross now have a more hygienic, safer bin system in their street.

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Uncooked in the kitchen

Tuesday, 12 August 2014

The team at Sydney's renowned raw vegan café, Sadhana Kitchen, have a mouth-watering new e-book that will make you rethink everything you know about raw food.

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