A new LGBTI professional networking event has landed in Perth, the first of its kind to support WA’s gay & lesbian business community. Continue reading LGTBI professional networking events hit WA
A new dutch film, The Garden Ape is making waves as part of a global campaign to inspire wildly diverse gardens & protect nature. Continue reading Where the Wild Things Are: inspiring backyard diversity
A gas pipeline supplying FMG’s flagship iron ore project has just come online, and will reduce the mining giant’s carbon emissions by Continue reading FMG dumps diesel, switches to clean energy
Yesterday was National Sorry Day. Did anyone realise? Certainly indigenous groups commemorated and mourned the day marking Continue reading Did you know it was National Sorry Day yesterday?
As part of Sydney’s VividSydney festival, the Sydney Opera House will literally go green to highlight its new carbon neutral status. Continue reading Sydney Opera House sails away on green energy
The news dropped yesterday that Wildcats alumni Andrew Vlahov has been appointed CEO of thermal clean energy tech group Enerji, Continue reading Wildcats legend key to western energy revival
Here at SustainingPeople we are very excited, because we’ve just hit 1000 subscribers!!! In addition to providing news and media to our Continue reading SustainingPeople Update: We’re expanding!
Here’s something that is as wonderfully silly as it sounds. From June 1st, Aussies will raise money for WWF by wearing onesies to work. Continue reading Wild Onesie Week will raise more than eyebrows
Drinking wine can now be a socially responsible activity, thanks to Tahbilk Wines, the only certified carbon neutral winery in Australia. Continue reading Carbon Neutral Wine? Yes Please!!!
Presented last night by Federal Treasurer Joe Hockey, the 2015/16 budget outlined a real stimulus framework to empower small Continue reading Why the 2015 Budget is good for sustainable development