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Tag: sustainability

Canberra’s Zero Waste Festival is back for 2020

Looking for some tips to cut down your waste, learn more about recycling or do a DIY workshop on upcycling pieces for your indoor décor? Then the 2020 Zero Waste Festival is calling your name.

Monster’s going vego for a year

Beloved Canberra restaurant Monster Kitchen and Bar at Ovolo Nishi has announced it will go vegetarian for a year from November.   The announcement forms part of Ovolo Hotel’s launch of the ‘Year...

Recycled roads pave the way at Ginninderry

Construction of Ginninderry Stage 2 has kicked off and the project is making waves in the eco-friendly sphere through a recycled road construction initiative.

Landfill emissions to power Canberra homes

Around 5,700 Canberra homes will be supplied with electricity from new landfill gas generators that opened this week at Mugga Lane Tip.

Country Road re-opens ‘green’ Canberra Centre store

Country Road has unveiled its new-look store in the Canberra Centre, boasting some impressive green credentials.

How the search for the ‘perfect red’ spawned environmentally conscious lipstick

Canberran Karen Green has long been on the hunt for the perfect red lipstick.

Federal recycling overhaul to benefit ACT

The ACT Government is hopeful recent recycling funding commitments from the Federal Government will generate local jobs and build waste management infrastructure in the Territory.

Reusable coffee cups slowly return to Canberra cafés

As COVID-19 restrictions continue to ease Canberra’s cafés have begun accepting reusable cups again, albeit under strict protocols around cleanliness.

5 sustainable practices for World Environment Day

With this Friday 5 June being World Environment Day, it’s a good time to start thinking about ways you and the family can be more sustainable at home.

Sustainability upgrades to public, community housing

Twelve pubic and community housing properties will receive solar and sustainability upgrades worth $365,000, as part of the ACT Government’s economic survival package that is providing jobs for Canberrans.

Plastic Free July

Plastic Free July is a global yearly challenge encouraging people to give up single-use plastic during the month of July.