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Sydney Green Drinks is the first Tuesday of month

March 22nd, 2009 · No Comments

Gidday, this is to let you know that Sydney’s Green Drinks is the first Tuesday of month. If you live in the big smoke here in Sydney or you’re planning to visit our city in the future, you’re very welcome to attend. You can find more details via the Sydney Green Drinks Facebook group or [...]

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Tags: Community · Events · Phil Stubbs · What you can do

First World polluters could save Third World trees: deforestation proposal at Poznan

December 7th, 2008 · 1 Comment

It’s less than a year until the major UN climate change meeting in Copenhagen – where the nations of the world are meant to settle on an agreement that will take us the next step on from the Kyoto Protocol. In the lead-up to Copenhagen, nations have been meeting at Poznan in Poland to prepare [...]

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Tags: Climate change · Conservation · Events · Forests · Oceans · Podcasts · Politics · Transport

International Bicycle Film Festival rolls into town

November 12th, 2008 · No Comments

Fresh from its gig in Paris, the Bicycle Film Festival is about to start the Australian leg of its world tour. First stop Sydney this Friday and Saturday night, 14 and 15 November. Then onto Melbourne from 21 to 23 November. Video: Have a sneak peek at ‘Perfect Circle’ – featuring Matthew Modine. (Many of [...]

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Tags: Editor's pick · Events · Films · Podcasts · Transport

Walk against warming (and for a green economy)

November 12th, 2008 · No Comments

The ‘Walk Against Warming‘ is on again this Saturday the 15th of November. It’s organised by a coalition of green groups and it’s no small thing. Last year there were 80,000 people in Sydney and Melbourne alone and thousands more in other places around Australia.

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Tags: Climate change · Community · Events · News · What you can do