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Sustainability seminar at the Hive

The Bulmer Foundation are organising an open sustainability seminar at the Hive on Friday 21st October, 10am – 3.30pm.

For further information or to book a FREE place please email Averil Clother ( 7 more words

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Free Apple pressing

Bring along any apples or pears you’d like to make into juice on Wednesday October 12th 10.30 – 3.00 Union Square outside the Students’ Union. Remember to also bring with you clean containers to collect the juice in.  11 more words

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Sustainability seminars: Economy & Impact and Energy, Economy & Environment


Two fascinating seminars addressing issues businesses and organisations are grappling with, students welcome.

Economy and Impact – Accounting for Sustainability
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ACT project to help low-income households install solar

The ACT Government is rolling out a program that will allow low-income households to receive funding to install solar in their homes.

Eligible households are invited to register their interest throughout he ACT Government, as part of a four-year pilot. 137 more words

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PM appoints new Minister for Environment and Energy

Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull, unveiled his new Ministry on Monday, announcing key changes to the Environment Portfolio.

Josh Frydenberg will become the new Minister for the Environment and Energy, a newly expanded title which brings energy under the umbrella of the Department of Environment. 382 more words

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Tasmanian Wilderness management commended by World Heritage Commission

Australia has been given a positive scorecard for its management of he Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, in the World Heritage Committee’s 2016 State of Conservation… 429 more words

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Unprecedented mangrove dieback in Northern Australia

Thousands of hectares of mangroves on the Gulf of Carpentaria have suffered a severe dieback as a result of drying conditions and high temperatures.

Professor Norm Duke, spokesman for the Australian Mangrove and Saltmarsh Network, said around 7000 hectares of mangroves had been affected, which is more than nine percent of the mangroves in the area stretching 700km west from Normanton. 279 more words

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