Water shortages


Zen And The Art Of Rainwater Tank Maintenance

Monday, 30 June 2014

Keeping on top of maintenance is important for longevity of your tank, and it's not as daunting as it sounds.


Choosing water wise plants

Tuesday, 2 April 2013

Save water (and time) with these low-maintenance plants in your garden.


Baby steps

Wednesday, 14 November 2012

Our editor Emma talks about the new issue and why what food we're putting into our mouths is a more important issue than ever before.

Water Is Life – Let’s Save Water

Water savers honoured

Tuesday, 20 December 2011

The national 2011 savewater! awards® winners.

Eco Sac Rainwater Tank

Rainwater tanks: a drop in the bucket

Tuesday, 6 December 2011

As the belts on our water resources tighten, tap into your own water supply with a rainwater tank for your home.

greywater 101

Greywater 101

Tuesday, 4 October 2011

Learn how to safely reuse your household's wastewater and take water efficiency to the next level.


The three peaks

Friday, 15 July 2011

We have a tendency to treat our home planet like there’s no tomorrow. But it’s time to wake up to the three-pronged resource crisis – shortages of oil, water and food – that experts say lies just around the bend.

Savewater awards

savewater! awards®

Entries close 8 August

Are you an exceptional water saver? Submit an entry into the 2011 savewater! awards® and share your stories and expertise on efficient water use in the face of changing climate patterns and population growth. The awards are now in their ninth year, and have emerged as Australia’s leading awards for water sustainability. These awards recognise and reward excellence in water conservation and efficiency by business, government, schools, local communities and individuals. Winners will be announced at a gala ceremony to be held in Melbourne in November.

When: Entries close 5pm (AEST) Monday, 8 August, 2011.
Cost: Free to enter.
Click here for more information.

Cracked mud

The water crisis and climate change

Friday, 29 October 2010

Water shortages are linked to climate change. We have to get smarter about the way we use water.

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