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April Forum: Local Food Waste

[ Thursday, 4 Apr; 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm. ] The next SLA Forum, on Thursday 4 April, will be on food waste in Armidale, led by Professor Derek Baker, Director of the UNE Centre for Agribusiness. Rather than present the evidence for food waste, the focus of the forum will be on developing community strategies to reduce our overall food waste. It will be […] full article »

April Forum: Local Food Waste

Wildlife Habitat Action Group will meet outdoors

[ Saturday, 6 Apr; 2:00 pm; ] Let’s have a meeting of the Wildlife Habitat Group on 2pm Saturday 6 April at Angophora Bushland Reserve (entrance in Burgess St, opp Stace Street), South Hill Armidale Agenda will include: updates on Edgar Lane, Gentles Road Walking Track, block adjacent to Archery Range, Council actions and current situation at UNE Review of notes from OEH Workshops in Armidale […] full article »

Wildlife Habitat Action Group will meet outdoors

Local screenings of film ‘Accelerate’ with message vote #1point5

[ Wednesday, 17 Apr; 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Tuesday, 30 Apr; 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. ] Sustainable Living Armidale and Progressive Cinema are co-hosting this screening of “Accelerate”, the film of the Accelerate Climate Action tour with world-renowned author and environmentalist 350.org co-founder Bill McKibben. We’ll be screening the short 30 minutes version of the film so we’ll have time to discuss collective action. [embed width="520"]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z4gXzF5GzFo[/embed] ARMIDALE: 6–8pm Wednesday April 17th Arts Lecture Theatre […] full article »

Local screenings of film ‘Accelerate’ with message vote #1point5

Regional Australia Bank’s Community Partnership Program

The Community Partnership Program allows Regional Australia Bank(RAB) members to support their local community simply by transacting with a selected savings account and nominating their choice of organisation from our list of almost 1,000 registered groups and causes. How does it work? Just choose a local community group you’re passionate about like Sustainable Living Armidale Inc. (full […] full article »

Regional Australia Bank’s Community Partnership Program

Donations of Bicycles needed for Ezidi Community

A very successful Bicycle Day was held at The Traffic Education Centre. Many bicycles and helmets were handed out to happy new owners, other people brought their bikes to be checked and instruction was given on how to ride a bike safely. The overwhelming response meant a lot of people were disappointed as we ran out […] full article »

Donations of Bicycles needed for Ezidi Community

Climate Reality Leadership training opportunity! Apply by 18 APR

[ Thursday, 18 Apr; 5:00 pm; ] From June 5-7 we’re heading to Brisbane to hold our 41st Climate Reality Leadership Corps training. To become a member of the Climate Reality Leadership Corps, you must apply and be accepted to attend one of our trainings with our chairman and founder, former US Vice President Al Gore. Every Climate Reality Leadership Corps training […] full article »

Climate Reality Leadership training opportunity! Apply by 18 APR

Transitioning Western Australia, one group at a time

As our climate continues to change threatening our basic human rights, we see the powerful uprising of students against climate change; governments and industry talking and mostly agreeing that action must be taken, yet very little seems to change. In the face of all this, you might be left wondering ‘why do I bother?’ We’re here to […] full article »

Transitioning Western Australia, one group at a time

Waste > art & design competition is on again

[ Thursday, 30 May; 5:00 pm; ] Clever recycling truly is an art form, thanks to a design competition launched this week by Council. The ‘waste > art & design competition’ invites creative locals to turn trash into treasure – celebrating creativity and resourcefulness while inspiring the community to consider ways unwanted items or ‘waste’ can be reused and recycled. Entries in this year’s […] full article »

Waste > art & design competition is on again

NSW 2019 Election: Forest Policy — The Good, Bad, Copycats, and Unknowns

Climate change and forest protection must go hand in hand to draw down carbon from atmosphere. Australian Forests and Climate Alliance (of which SLA is a member) scores parties based on climate forest policy. A major concern is that both the National Party and the Liberals agree on their forest policy of ongoing industrial logging of native […] full article »

NSW 2019 Election: Forest Policy — The Good, Bad, Copycats, and Unknowns

Sustainable Futures 2019 Gloucester 30–31 March

[ Saturday, 30 Mar to Sunday, 31 Mar. ] We would like to invite SLA members to join us at Sustainable Futures Convention at Gloucester High School, 30–31 March. With our partners at Australia reMADE creating the best version of us. Tickets, program and info at Sustainable Futures 2019 tickets also available at Gloucester Health Foods What’s It About? Finding solutions that lead to an inclusive, just and sustainable future, all communities […] full article »

Sustainable Futures 2019 Gloucester 30–31 March

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