The days between Christmas and New Years Eve are some of the best days of the year. The business of Christmas is but a memory and the new year is not yet upon us. Each day blends into the next and all you have to worry about is which left overs to eat next. Your Mum’s famous salad or the last bit of … Continue reading Sustainable new years resolutions
Australian’s are concerned about the environment. When it comes to environmental sustainability our top three concerns are plastic in the oceans, landfill waste and natural environments. Recycling is something we can all do to help address all of these concerns. Recycling diverts resources such as plastic, paper, glass and aluminum away from our natural environments, like the ocean. It diverts usable materials from ending … Continue reading What are the benefits of recycling?
At a time when food security is being affected by climate change how do we continue to work towards ensuring healthy food is available for everyone around the world? The concept of food security is built on four key pillars: Availability – the production and supply of food Access – physical and economic ability to purchase food Use – sufficient intake of a … Continue reading Food security in a climate effected world
It has been over 30 years since all countries of the United National agreed to phase out ozone depleting substances. Since that landmark agreement was signed we have evidence that the ozone layer is healing. The 16 September is World Ozone Day, and the progress we have made should be celebrated. It is projected that the Northern Hemisphere ozone will be healed by the 2030s, … Continue reading The ozone layer is healing – there is hope for climate change