Great Blogs

These are my favourite blogs.
Please click on the name and you will be taken to that blog.

An Ordinary Australian Man Who Has A Green Epiphany Whilst Watching A Documentary, Gets a Hybrid Car, Plants A Large Organic Vegetable Garden, Goes Totally Solar, Lowers Consumption, Feeds Composts Bins and Worms, Harvests Rainwater, Raises Chickens, Makes Cheese and Soap, and Eats Locally. All In The Effort To Reduce Our Family's Carbon Footprint So We Can Start Making A Difference For Our Children & Future Generations To Come. 

 Melton Sustainable Living Group 
The members of Melton Sustainable Living Group believe in changing the world by thinking globally, but by acting locally. MSLG will bring sustainable living to Melton ensuring a cleaner, greener and more resilient community for all. 

Living The Good Life 
Our adventures in sustainability Mark I - Six months without spending a dollar, 
Mark II - Almost six years of building a strawbale house.

Six Gorillas
Everyone talks about a better world! But what does that mean?
Well for one thing it means a different world!
So, we want a different world. Whether this is a better world will often depend on your point of view. But in order to have this “Different world” we need to discuss what this means and how we achieve it. It is only by engaging in this conversation that we will able to help direct the changes to make this “Different world”, one that we want for ourselves, our families, our friends and our communities to live in. 

The Green Energy Blog
The Green Energy Blog was created as a Forum to showcase Emerging Green Technologies. An opportunity to learn, share and explore Green Energy Ideas and Innovations.

Green - Change
This blog documents an average Australian family’s journey towards a sustainable lifestyle without leaving suburbia. It’s easier than you think!
We’re a household of 5 (2 parents and 3 young children) living in Kiama, on the NSW coast just south of Wollongong (which itself is just south of Sydney).
The Kiama, Shellharbour and Wollongong councils have joined together to create the Sustainable Illawarra project. This project has funding from the NSW State Government’s Environmental Trust, and aims to pool the three councils’ resources and knowledge to promote sustainability in a consistent way across the Illawarra.
As part of the project, 120 families across the Illawarra were selected to participate in the Sustainable Illawarra Super Challenge, and we were fortunate enough to be chosen as one of them.
Despite the name, it’s neither a competition nor a reality show. It’s a 12-month programme to help the families learn more about sustainability issues, to set their own goals, and to work towards achieving them. Participants’ stories will be shared via the Sustainable Illawarra web site and various media outlets to help promote sustainability in the community.
We’re using this blog to record what we learn and to document our own “green change” as it unfolds.
If you’d like to send us information, brochures, catalogues, samples, etc, our postal address is:
Darren Collins PO Box 30 Jamberoo, NSW, 2533 Australia
Feel free to email Darren if you have any questions or suggestions!

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