Mitigation strategiesSustainability

Food waste

Food waste Sal Dugan If food waste were a country, it would be the third biggest emitter of greenhouse gases after the US and China. It’s quite a statement isn’t it; makes you think, makes you curious. The quote was writ large in a recent Medibank Private magazine, Full of…
6 July 2024

Remaking the Forests with Tony Rinaudo

Remaking the Forests with Tony Rinaudo Bob Simpson Recently, friends from Coronella Village in Nunawading arranged for others to hear “a crazy, white farmer”, Tony Rinaudo. Through nature-based Farmer Managed Natural Regeneration (FMNR), Tony helped to re-green Niger’s forests and slow the spread of the Sahara Desert. What wonderful change…
7 April 2024

Rehome your hard rubbish

Boroondara Hard Rubbish Rehome A not-for-profit, volunteer-run community group. We promote and support reuse, repair, recycling, refurbishing, repurposing (upcycling) and replanting of pre-loved items through sharing, education, and events.  Boroondara Hard Rubbish Rehome (BHRR) is for individuals, not for professional collection companies or professional collectors to use. We are inspired by…
23 January 2023

Sustainability – David Kennedy

Sustainability: What does it mean to me? David Kennedy Sustainability is a word we often hear in the media and our daily conversations, sometimes associated with recycling everyday materials (e.g., metals, plastics, water and clothing), but also including more generic constructs, such as sustainable farming practices, business models, social structures,…
1 December 2022