Events and News
Primary objective: STOP BURNING FOSSIL FUELS Instead of using the grid, if possible install solar panels and batteries. Do a Google search for a supplier in your area, eg in Byron Shire lightouchelectrical.com.au Let’s know anyone else you can...read more
Byron Theatre was packed with the concerned and the curious to hear Professor Will Steffen present the current facts from the point of view of an Earth Science expert on 27 June 2018. His radical presentation was disturbing. In the words of panellist Simon...read more
‘The Big U-Turn Ahead: Calling Australia to Action on Climate Change’
A provocative and insightful ZEB TALK with Earth System Scientist Professor Will Steffen from the Climate Council and the Stockholm Resilience Centre
THE LOVEYS in Concert – in a beautiful garden setting outside Bangalow. . “With swooning 5-part harmony and a cocktail-hour arsenal of instruments including guitar, ukulele, bass guitar, bassoon, drums and percussion, they have concocted a sound with shades of palm-fronded bandstands of old, elegantly sliced with the wit of the thoroughly modern woman”…(Michael Dwyer, journalist, Fairfax Pressread more
Zero Emissions Byron hosted a 'Night of Action on Renewables' on August 31st, with an audience of more than 80 people who were all keenly interested in how we can develop renewables in our community. Keynote speaker Taryn Lane, a manager of Hepburn Wind, Australia’s...read more
ZEB presents A Night of Action on Renewables 31 Aug
A NIGHT OF ACTION ON RENEWABLES will focus on how the Byron Shire region can develop large scale renewable energy projects, and how we as a community can help drive the process.
Speakers will discuss how other communities around the world are developing their own large scale renewable projects; what’s happening here in Byron Shire; how can the community benefit; and what are there investment opportunities.
$10 entry, book via zerobyron.eventbrite.com.auread more
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Autumn is known as the "transitional" season - a great time to reflect on the necessary changes underway in our community to create a safe future and safe climate. We extend our warmest wishes to everyone affected by the floods. As a community, we must adapt together...read more