Sasha and Sebastian out on the street helping people understand the actions they can take to reduce emissions.
Local climate action group, Zero Emissions Byron, has just launched the RePlant Byron Alliance.
“This is my friend and I deciding to cycle to our weekly exercise class, instead of using the car for the 5-minute drive. We just leave 20 minutes extra time on either side and get extra exercise into the bargain. The matching t-shirts was just a co-incidence but illustrates our point beautifully.”
“My small local business, Upcycled Slippers, has been using upcycled materials since its beginning two years ago. The carbon busting actions have grown!” Karena and her family were thrilled to select a Subpod Grow Bundle from the prize options. “It’s such a fabulous product”, she said. “I love how you can use its packaging for the product. It’s so well made!”
“During COVID we lived in an offish-grid cabin, surrounded by excess eucalyptus wood our landlady deemed a fire hazard. To be active managers of our woodlands inspired our cob-rocket-stove-thermosiphon-bathtub-water-heater design! “
Not-for-profit group Zero Emissions Byron commences a series of monthly webinars on electric vehicles
Protecting ourselves from the virus is pushing us to new levels of consideration for the world around us and for others. Growing community response is the change needed to deal with the even greater challenge of climate change.
Fires. Floods. Climate change – in Australia – finally in the spotlight. Some words on this particular moment in time from Vicki Brooke, Chair of Zero Emissions Byron Limited: So many wonderful words have been written about the devastating fires that caused loss of life, property, animals and whole environments, what more can you add? Grief,…
While not everyone can afford to buy solar panels or an electric vehicle to reduce their carbon emissions, anyone can plant a tree.
There are more aspects to driving electric vehicles than just reducing your emissions, rapid acceleration and low maintenance costs.