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Share your Nana’s top tips to win

Most of us are unaware that every one in five shopping bags of food bought in Australia is wasted. That’s a staggering fact amounting to about four million tonnes of food going to waste each year. In our Nana’s day this would have been unthinkable. 1 Million Women’s My Nana ... Read More »

Treat yourself – & the planet – to a day at the Sustainability Festival

It’s all systems go for Melbourne’s Sustainability Festival The Sustainable Living Festival is set to kick off in Melbourne with vege swaps, sustainable garden tours and art exhibitions, setting the scene for three weeks jam-packed with events. The festival aims to  raise awareness of, and provide tools for sustainable change ... Read More »

Sustainable Food – Michael Mobbs and Costa talk turkey

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    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 »

We wasted not at Reel Food Nights

So, our first Reel Food Night has been and gone and I think I’m justified in saying that it surpassed all of our expectations. Not only in terms of the support we received, but also… Read More »

Charles Moore: Sailing the Great Pacific Garbage Patch TED

Capt. Charles Moore of the Algalita Marine Research Foundation first discovered the Great Pacific Garbage Patch — an endless floating waste of plastic trash. Now he’s drawing attention to the growing, choking problem of plastic debris in our seas. Read More »

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