Women Of The World

Green Razor online noted: according to the United Nations’ State of the World Population report, women in industrialised countries drive and fly much less than men, purchase fewer carbon-intensive goods, buy more ethical foods, recycle rubbish and more interested in efficient energy use. Read on www.thegreenpages.com.au

Walk Against Warming

Florentine Valley, Tasmania : On Saturday December 12 The Wilderness Society will be holding a Walk Against Warming event in Tasmania's Upper Florentine Valley. This will be part of an international day of climate action, with Walk Against Warming events being held in cities across the world. These walks coincide with the international climate talks in Copenhagen. To find out more details visit here www.wilderness.org.au/articles/walk-against-warming-tas

Renovated Website

KISS...keep it simply sustainable! Renovated by the professionals at Greenskin Media the improved website for 2010 Sustainable Building + Lifestyle Expos is now online. Meanwhile, important expo updates continue here. Boasting an incredibly diverse list of exhibitors - which is what you asked for - the expos showcase products and technologies not yet seen in Tas! And visionary speakers from far and wide, equipped with premium info on sustainable practices and ideas, hold centre stage forums throughout the weekends. Plus the 'down and dirty' hands-on workshops will be posted here early November.

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Back to the future

Headlining the 2010 Sustainable Building + Lifestyle Expos are innovative products, concepts and workshops new to the Tasmanian sustainable expo scene. These fresh events offer even more of what '09 visitors asked for - more interactive exhibits and workshops, seminars and forums, plus live shows. Follow this blog for clues leading up to the Launceston and Hobart events.

Launceston Response

A quick look back

In March this year the Sustainable Building + Lifestyle Expos were launched in Launceston and Hobart with impressive success for over 120 exhibitors. And the fantastic combined support from 8000 visitors inspired a brand new energy in Tasmania's sustainable expos.
Highly efficient products and practices delivered a combination of awareness and information...encouraging community change towards a sustainable future.