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Climate emergency or climate hypocrisy?

Last week, a groundbreaking hearing between Students for Climate Solutions and the Minister of Energy and Resources began.  The Victoria University group is suing Minister Megan Woods for her decision

OSOF responds to the IPCC’s most recent report

Last week, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released their latest assessment report.    This report is the second in a three-part series. Where the first outlines the physical basis

My zero waste journey – Part 4

I’ve been very crap (excuse the pun) at keeping my finger on the beat in terms of keeping a weekly diary for this journey. I think this is due to

Indigenous Marine Protection Practices

LOOKING BACK TO MOVE FORWARD I think we’ve all experienced that glee (or frustration) from elderly relatives when they get to say “that’s how we used to do it!”. From

My zero waste journey – Part 3

Man down! Or as those crazy men from Monty Python once screamed, ‘runaway’ from the apparently harmless white rabbit. I feel like there are almost not enough analogies to describe

My zero waste journey – Part 2

What a failure I am! For my first big zero waste shop, I thought that I would still be able to just go to my normal supermarket and do my

My zero waste journey – Part 1

Oh my, I’m really throwing myself into the deep end here, and I have no one to blame but myself. My goal with this blog, is to record the journey

December

This month’s challenge takes place under the Christmas tree.

November

This month’s challenge takes place in your garden.

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