Posted in Case Study, Sustainable Living, tagged Australia, behaviour change, darren collins, DIY, eco retro fit, feral fruit maps, kev's patch, kevin rudd, Kiama, pm, pm's garden, super challenge, sustainable illawarra, Sustainable Living, wild food foraging on August 14, 2009|
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Well we’re at number 8 of the Up Your Jumper adventure, and in Wollongong and surrounds for a little while. First out of the Illawarra, I had a chat with Darren, who’s part of Sustainable Illawarra’s Super Challenge. This is a program run in collaboration with a number of councils, where 100 odd families sign up to live more sustainably for a year. Darren is tracking his family’s journey through the Super Challenge via a blog, Green Change, check it out to see how they’re travelling.
Image Source: www.sustainableillawarra.com.au
P.S. Check out Kev’s Patch, it’s time Kev Kev got on board with the green happenings. What you think?
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Posted in Case Study, Sustainable Design, Sustainable Living, tagged behaviour change, community building, consumerism, eco accomodation, fremantle, networks, painted fish, skills exchange, Sustainable Design, Sustainable Living, tradition, Up Your Jumper! on June 2, 2009|
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Ahoi there, how are we all? Episode #6 is where it’s at, Up Your Jumper style. In this episode I speak with Shanie and Tim from the Painted Fish. The Painted Fish is a B&B near the Fremantle beaches, built and designed to encourage and educate people about sustainable living and design. Shanie and Tim, speak a bit about how the Painted Fish has evolved and the other positives that have sprouted within their street.
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