On Friday 22 March Australia’s largest charity recycler, Salvos Stores, will be hosting the country’s first ever Vintage Tee Day, designed to promote and support sustainable fashion by encouraging everyone to wear a vintage or second hand t-shirt.
"As flood waters recede in Queensland and people begin to return home, the magnitude of the task they face is becoming clear." A letter from Australian Red Cross CEO, Robert Tickner.
In such an uncertain world, Aneeka Simonis uncovers a little clarity about the future of our planet with the new web tool, eFuture, which allows people to take a sneak peek at the future of technology, electricity, fuel and carbon emissions.
The Kyoto Protocol was ratified in 2007 by former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd and is seen as a symbol of the world’s commitment to reducing climate change. The Australian Government has not yet decided whether it will ratify the second commitment period or not. Ryan Hyde reports.
Shannon Crane visits the Melbourne Farmers' Market, held each Saturday at a different location across the city, and chats to stallholders about why it's so important for people to support locally grown and organic produce.
The Sustainable Living Festival, Australia’s biggest sustainability event, rolls into Victoria again on the 11th of February. Packed with sustainability action – from global green leaders to vegan bodybuilders, organic philosophy to organic feasting – there’s something for everyone with an interest in the future of our planet.
So, it seems that the world is ending. And Lee Zachariah really doesn't want to sound narcissistic, but all of humanity coming to an end is the sort of thing that could only happen to him.
Last Sunday, Aveda Water Warriors around the country took part in a series of 6km walks to raise awareness and funds for water-challenged communities around the globe, as part of Aveda's Earth Month. Holly Curtis reports.
Though many of the global fashion industry’s biggest names are addressing the issue of sustainability, the Australian industry is struggling to keep up with the shift in focus. Lara McPherson reports.
Kait O'Callahan doesn't believe participating in Earth Hour will reverse the melting ice caps and save the polar bears - but she does believe that it raises awareness - and that's definitely not a bad thing.
Flooding rains and devastating fires might be something we have little or no control over in Australia, but we do come together, as a country, in the most extraordinary way when they occur. Sarah Kempson reflects.