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Tag: Sustainability

One-stop shop for eco-conscious parents opens in ACT

Canberra’s first one-stop shop for eco-conscious parents opens in Kambah today, Wednesday 5 May, presenting parents with a range of modern products to help care for their little ones. Originating online, Bellelis Eco...

Solar scheme leaves local businesses in the dark

Local solar companies say the premature announcement of the ACT Government’s solar loans scheme has left them struggling to survive.

Keep your home and conscience clean with sustainable products

Making your space sparkle is a satisfying and important part of cleaning the home, but finding the right product can be a frustrating experience.   With today, 22 April, being Earth Day, choosing sustainable...

Market sounding for Big Canberra Battery begins

The ACT Government has formally begun market sounding for the Big Canberra Battery ecosystem, ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr announced today.

Plans to plant half a million trees in urban ACT

The ACT Government will plant almost half a million trees over the next quarter-century to ensure Canberra remains the bush capital.

‘Pure freshness’: Australia’s first hydrogen cars and refuelling station

Australia's first 20 hydrogen cars and first publicly available hydrogen vehicle refuelling station have come to the ACT.

Canberra start-up is making sustainability as easy as saying ‘Hey Fritz it’

A Canberra-based company is going global to promote sustainability and to inspire people to make better use of what they have in their home. While studying at ANU and watching the world fill...

Op shops do their bit diverting textiles from landfill

Anglicare Retail Phillip store supervisor Sarah Hubert says she and her team of volunteers can only sell a fraction of the clothing that comes through the front door.

Landcare celebrates new friends on the hill

Parliamentary Friends of Landcare aims to ensure grassroots groups have their voices heard clearly on a federal level.

Public charity bins at Mugga Lane and Mitchell

A year after the ACT Government withdrew charity bins from public places, Canberrans will soon be able to drop off clothing and textiles.

ACT switches on Australia’s largest community solar farm

Australia’s largest community solar farm, SolarShare, switched on yesterday morning in the ACT.

‘Wide interest’ in ACT’s proposed electric bus fleet, government says

The ACT's plan to procure new battery electric buses has attracted wide interest, says Minister for Transport and City Services, Chris Steel.
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