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Sydney Sustainability Jam 2012 – Everyone is welcome

48 Hours to SAVE the world! On November 2, 2012, people interested in a design-based approach to creativity will meet at locations all over the globe. Everyone is welcome to be part of it – service designers, accountants, sustainability experts, strategists, investors, researchers, journalists, teachers, ecologists, hackers, makers, artists, permaculturists, ... Read More »

Sustainable Food – Michael Mobbs and Costa talk turkey

Sustainable_Food_Michael Mobbs

    Transition Bondi recently hosted an intimate conversation about sustainable food between 2 local gardeners… Costa and Michael Mobbs. As well as launching Michael’s new book, “Sustainable Food”, they chat about the issues we all face with food, water, soil, health and community. This is a short excerpt from ... Read More »

Tactical Biopolitics course set to kick off at UNSW

Tactical Biopolitics: Nature /Culture/Power UNSW Environmental Humanities will be offering a new course in Semester 1 2013 called Tactical Biopolitics : Nature /Culture/Power. ‘Tactical Biopolitics’ is a creative misappropriation of terms by bioartists who use living matter to grow works of art. Drawing on the traditions of ‘tactical media’, which combines cheap devices ... Read More »

Words On – Poultry

Words On – Poultry from Lorenz Piehl. Using Chickens to Control Pests in a Food Forest Vimeo is a respectful community of creative people who are passionate about sharing the videos they make. Vimeo Read More »

Costa’s Causes – Planet Ark

Planet Ark Environmental Foundation  aims to work with people and business to teach them the simple ways in which they can reduce their impact on the planet, at home, at work and in the community. Read More »

A New Generation of Farmers (to be!)

Yesterday, Glenn & I had the distinct pleasure of being one of the presenters at the Agricultural Day at the Henry W. Moore School in Candia.  Every year this K-8 public school dedicates a whole day to teaching their students about different aspects of agriculture. There were draft horses, sheep, goats, an oxen team, alpacas, [...] Read More »

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