Armidale Vegetable Sowing Guide
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The SLA Transport Group is here to promote clean and green transport as part of our transition to a sustainable future.

We aim to raise awareness, encourage innovative transport alternatives and help break down barriers to a more sustainable transport environment than the dominant petroleum-driven approach.

Transport emissions are the most rapidly growing source of atmospheric carbon dioxide – primarily due to ever-increasing levels of car ownership and use.

Couple this with dwindling oil reserves and we have a very significant problem – particularly with Australia being so heavily reliant on fossil fuels. Positive solutions must be implemented in wealthy nations like Australia to positively influence the governments and consumers of places like China and India to reduce the global impact of climate change now and into the future. Local communities like Armidale have a big role in making this happen!

SLA Transport Group meets on the second Tuesday of each month, 5:30pm at Landcare Centre (upstairs from Colour Copy Centre) in Beardy Street East Mall, Armidale.

Convenor: Tom Fisher

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Get on Your Bike for NSW Bike Week 2017

Get on Your Bike for NSW Bike Week 2017

[ Sunday, 17 Sep; 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. ] The chilliest days are behind us, the sun is shining, and the Cycleway is calling! What better time to dust off the helmet, pump up the tyres and get pedalling? Sustainable Living Armidale and Transport for New South Wales have again partnered to present a fun social ride suitable for all the family for NSW Bike […] full article »

Today is Earth Overshoot Day

Today is Earth Overshoot Day

Today is Earth Overshoot Day, which means that humanity has already used up all the Earth’s available resources for this year ~ a massive five months too early. Each year Earth Overshoot Day is calculated by Global Footprint Network as the day when the amount of the Earth’s resources consumed since the beginning of the year […] full article »