An essential reading list to start you on a path to become a garden ecologist. Observe the habitat around you and learn to enjoy the natural processes as they evolve.
The movement for regenerating native bush has been long lived but the movement for creating urban green scape is growing, along with the call for pollinator pockets and increased biodiversity.
Urban Growers are two keen connectors and creators sharing their passion for permaculture backyard gardens with local communities in and around Sydney’s urban areas and suburbs.
Meet Doug Purdie, Sydney’s self proclaimed Beevangelista, who has stashed a few bee hives on balconies, restaurant and hotel rooftops and in kitchen gardens, creating bee sanctuaries in our urban sprawl.
Thomas Friedman is one of many authors focussing on the reality of our urban future. As we face an accelerated rate of urbanization combined with a quickening pace of innovation, there is much to consider and act upon.
Acclaimed Australian author Tim Flannery argues that Earth’s climate system is approaching crisis and offers a climate of hope in our search for solutions.
Faviken is just one restaurant where foraging and local seasonal ingredients, are the focus of the menu. Read their approach and other unusual perspectives on food, cooking and the way we eat.
The Hour of Land celebrates American national parks, public and wild lands. A timely topic in the current political and environmental atmosphere.
Professor Carlo Ratti, Director of the Senseable City Lab at MIT and others explain how open data is changing the way we design and live in cities.
Sydney is on the cusp of becoming a world class, green city with two new developments within close proximity to the city centre.