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It’s hard to know what to say in the face of the bushfire crisis in Australia. We’ve written about it before and been warned by experts both scientific and in the fire fighting arena to expect it. But it’s another thing altogether when it actually comes to pass. With 26
Volunteers
It’s ironic really, that one of the most critical decades for humanity – some would argue the most critical – kicks off in the year 2020. Poetic really. We’re all familiar with the term 2020 Vision – completely seeing the truth of a situation. And by golly that’s exactly what
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“The diverse and dynamic role of volunteerism in promoting the Sustainable Development Goals merits strong support from Governments and other stakeholders. On this International Day, I thank volunteers for their efforts to leave no one behind.” UN Secretary-General António Guterres World’s Biggest Garage Sale wholeheartedly agree with the sentiment expressed by
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Hunni – I don’t walk I strut, strut, strut and then sashay (okay)! And that’s exactly what we did last Thursday night when we took over the Wintergarden Brisbane for Queen of Shoes.   Pumping out the tunes for us all night was DJ Dolly Llama!! And didn’t she look fantastic!!
Circular Economy, Events, Sustainability, Uncategorized
Last month was #worldcarfreeday, an event organised by the World Carfree Network, the hub of the global car-free movement. Every year on or around 22 September, cities across the globe celebrate World Car-Free Day, encouraging motorists to give up their cars for a day. Photo: Getty Images With vehicle emissions being
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