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SCEG’s recent Green Drinks get-together was a discussion on the topic of Divestment. Between 2008 and 2013, ANZ, Commonwealth, NAB and Westpac have loaned almost $20 billion to fossil fuel projects in Australia. Many of us aren’t happy that this is how our money is being used. The idea of divesting away from fossil fuels […]CONTINUE READING →
The unprecedented recent Qld election outcome didn’t just occur – it was the result of many determined and passionate people (most of them volunteers) working countless hours to engage with communities and empower people. They were aided in this by a government who thought it could do anything it liked, didn’t have to listen to […]CONTINUE READING →
2015 is getting a ‘green start’ with the Sustainable Living Festival. There will be events across the state with some fantastic activities planned in Melbourne and 90 events being held from 7 February to 10 March in the Geelong region. The highlight of which will be the Smarter Living Big Weekend at GPAC on Feb 21/22. Download […]CONTINUE READING →
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Gardening in an endless summer With summer well and truly here, it’s time to skip the supermarket and have a go and growing your own veggies this summer. But keeping a garden thriving in our driest season can be tricky and according to the Bureau of Meteorology Geelong and the Surf Coast have a 60% […]CONTINUE READING →
Our recent GROWTH: Is Bigger Better Forum on Sunday November 16th 2014 was a huge success. We had over 220 people in attendance and we’ve since been have been working hard to create a highlight video of the event to keep the issues alive. Click here for the short 3min highlight reel: and here for the […]CONTINUE READING →
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