Sustainability 'Champions'

Get to know some of the individuals, both National & International that are striving to make a difference & improve our sustainability and natural environment!
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Proffessor Tim Flannery - Mammologist, Palaentologist, Enviromentalist and global warming activist. Australian of the year 2007. An outstanding man!

Professor Tim Flannery - Mammologist, Palaentologist, Enviromentalist and global warming activist. Australian of the year An outstanding man!

Tim Heard + Michael Mobbs splitting a hive - Keeping Stingless Bees in the City

Australian native stingless bees are similar to european honeybees in many ways, but they're also very different, too.

The Edible Balcony- Indira Naidoo  http://www.penguin.com.au/products/9781921382536/edible-balcony

The rise of the inner-city farmer. Whether it's a vegie patch on the balcony, chooks in the backyard or a beehive on the roof, more and more city slickers are producing their own food, reports Roslyn Grundy.

Tim Silverwood - Environmentalist

Education — Tim Silverwood - Environmentalist focus on plastics, debris and conservation

Ronni Khan - Co-founder of OzHarvest

Ronni Khan - Co-founder of OzHarvest

Tanya Ha - one of Australias best known environmentalists.

TGoG Podcast 051 – An Interview with Tanya Ha. I really enjoyed doing this interview with one of Australias best known environmentalists.

Claire Lupton of the Bega District News covers Costa's appearance at the Candelo Show. 'Costa Georgiadis reads The Muddle-Headed Wombat to Mabel Martin, who won the book as the most successful pavilion exhibitor nine years & under.'

Claire Lupton of the Bega District News covers Costa's appearance at the Candelo Show. 'Costa Georgiadis reads The Muddle-Headed Wombat to Mabel Martin, who won the book as the most successful pavilion exhibitor nine years & under.

Michael Mobbs outlines how to create a "Sustainable House". Available at Hurstville Library

Sustainable house by Mobbs, Michael (Hurstville Library Sydney Australia) - Record 1 of 1

Natalie Isaacs founded 1 Million Women as a grassroots campaign to tackle climate change.

Many people are concerned the government's abolition of carbon pricing, and its climate change direct action plan, the cornerstone of which is to pay companies .

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