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Green Roofs & Walls at the Powerhouse Museum

Hear about the City of Sydney’s plans for green roofs & walls – and learn how to make one The 2013 Sydney Design Festival is about to kick off and they’re putting on some great green-oriented design events and exhibitions. Come and see the future, as city farming goes vertical ... Read More »

A People’s Food Plan for Australia

In response to concerns about the limited objectives proposed by the National Food Plan (a federal government initiative), and after broad public consultation, the Australian Food Sovereignty Alliance has developed the People's Food Plan for Australia. The People’s Food Plan presents a common-sense and achievable vision for fair food that places the soil and land, farmers, food workers and eaters at the centre of a restorative food system. Read More »

Punk Economics – why we can no longer shop happily

PUNK ECONOMICS If you weren’t able to make it to the City of Sydney’s City Talk Recipes for change, how food is changing the cultural and community life of cities on Tuesday evening, you missed out on a great night of insightful discussion from an inspiring group of people who ... Read More »

CityTalks 2012 – free event exploring the City of Sydney’s sustainable food plans

CityTalks 2012 – Sustainable Food Recipes for change How food is changing the cultural and community life of cities Around the world, cities are looking for ways to feed their fast growing populations sustainably and ethically. Economist and social commentator David McWilliams has seen the effects of shrinking crop stockpiles, ... Read More »

What a great success!

The recent event “Sustainable Farming for a Sustainable City” held at Richmond was a great success! So thank you to all of you who helped with organising, promoting, and attending the event.  Over 130 people came to be part of a very engaged discussion. A very special thanks to Liz Millen and Vivienne Reiner (both [...] Read More »

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