Hospitality and liquor business Endeavour Group (owner of BWS and Dan Murphy’s) has announced that they are raising the bar on the reuse of the clips used in their beer cans with an expansion of the initiative to South Australia and Western Australia already underway.
I’m someone who loves eating mushrooms. But I would never have thought that you can use fungi as a design material!
The innovative folks at eco lifestyle brand Seed & Sprout collaborated with Swinburne University of Technology in a pop-up store in Byron Bay kitted-out with structures solely made from fungi.
Passionate long term fans of Reverse Garbage – the inner west Sydney mecca for people who love to reuse discarded materials – will love its new home nearby at 30 Carrington Road. The new digs will offer a feast of creative opportunities. From classes to makers’ spaces and even corporate events. Located amidst other artistic…
Keurig’s insistence on claiming unrealistic recyclability levels has led the company to incur a $3-million fine and an order to change their packaging.
There are 1,384 plant species and subspecies listed as threatened at a national level. Twelve Australian plant species are considered probably extinct and a further 21 species possibly extinct, while 206 are officially listed as critically endangered.
Ever wondered which city in Australia is the leafiest?
For the first time, a national artificial Intelligence data analysis has been carried out to rank tree coverage across Australia’s capital cities and residential areas.
Peter Cundall, most known to Australians as the former face of ABC’s Gardening Australia, was a fierce environmentalist who fought for decades to protect Tasmania’s wilderness. The English-born horticulturalist taught us all to love organic gardening, getting our hands in the dirt and growing our own food. He was also a fierce environmentalist who urged…
In a move that is making the rest of Australia green with envy, Melbourne, which arguably claims to be the culture capital of Australia, is set to gain a restaurant, bar as part of the new $3 million Skygarden rooftop venture launched in Melbourne last week.
The results of a Federal Productivity Commission inquiry into Right to Repair laws in Australia released last week found that there are “significant and unnecessary barriers” to consumers’ Right to Repair.