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The not-so-sexy topic of Climate Change
Climate Change is one of those things that falls to the bottom of one’s priority list. As we focus on daily life; work, eat, sleep, repeat and sometimes even a social life. So when a climate change forum is held in a small rural city in Northern Victoria, you’d expect crickets and tumbleweed. Or...Read More >
Thinking of our food abundance
I love the way Fair Food Forager blogs cover just about everything on the healthy food – healthy planet spectrum, but I really enjoyed last year’s blog on Shane Jordan with his emphasis on loving food and hating waste. I was delighted to see Shane was back again in ‘Midsummer Supper in Oxford’ and...Read More >
Grocery Shopping for Good in Melbourne
A rise of social enterprises has made it much simpler for consumers to shop consciously. Not only are we buying things we need, these products have the doubled benefit of helping others. It’s a win-win for everybody. If you would like to share an Australian product or business that does good,...Read More >
One naked bulb of garlic
On a recent visit to Australia, I was ridiculously busy. You know those days? Running around catching up with friends, taking care of business, and forgetting to eat lunch... withering away to a shadow. Starving. I decide to check in to the local big name supermarket and grab a few bits and pieces....Read More >
Open Food Network
The Open Food Network and a world of online food retail. If you are reading this, you probably enjoy food that's top notch, particularly when it comes to sustainability and ethics. Produce which is grown organically, farmed kindly, and hasn't travelled half the world to get to your plate. You...Read More >
22 Top Tips for this Plastic Free July06 Jul 2017 | Read More >
We're already a few days in to Plastic Free July. You still don’t know where to start? Okay, so some things are going to be easier than others when you first start walking this walk. It’s all doable though, and in the coming weeks we will take a deeper look at things to help. Why are we...
Dianna Cohen - Moving Toward a Plastic-Free World - Pt 106 Jan 2017 | Read More >
On a recent trip to North America, I decided to drop an email to one of my favourite organisations, The Plastic Pollution Coalition (PPC). To my delight there was a quick response . Within days their CEO and inspiring co-founder, Dianna Cohen graciously set up a meeting with me . We met a few...
A Chat with Costa Part I - The Aperture of Life02 Jun 2016 | Read More >
He is arguably the most popular and enthusiastic of all hosts of ABC's Gardening Australia program. You will see him around in a number of aliases, having a good time. Regardless, the one thing that always comes with a Costa Georgiadis appearance is a contagious positivity and your sudden...
3 Easy Ways to Reduce Waste When Eating Out.13 Sep 2016 | Read More >
Fair Food Forager is built on the idea that millions of daily micro decisions can have a massive effect at a macro level. In Australia alone, the take away coffee cup market is a $30 million dollar a year industry Read more. About 1.1 million coffee cups are thrown out in Australia everyday. A...
Owed to Moose28 Jul 2016 | Read More >
This one is for me, its for my best mate Moose and I! I haven’t seen him yet, I’m in the air, somewhere over NSW, but I know he isn’t there anymore. The big black, laid back, super calm shadow of me, for twelve years is no longer there. For twelve years he has followed me absolutely everywhere. If...