Issue 32

Doc Club

Doc Club is a new website dedicated to sharing some of the world’s best documentaries.

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Shop ethical

This app gives you on-the-spot and up-to-date access to the environmental and social record of companies behind common brand names.

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Sustainable seafood guide

Australia’s Sustainable Seafood Guide app helps you to make ethical seafood choices.

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Ecodesign for cities and suburbs

This new book by internationally acclaimed urban planners Jonathan Barnett and Larry Beasley makes the case for a new way of imagining and creating cities to adapt to and prepare for climate change.

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UPCYCLIST: Reclaimed and remade furniture lighting and interiors

Upcyclist is an online homage to reuse by design, founded in 2011 in the wake …

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Solar stored

Tesla’s dramatic entry into the household energy storage market has shaken up the solar industry, but what effect could it have at the local level? The ATA’s energy analyst Andrew Reddaway says the situation is particularly interesting for those embarking on new builds.

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Harvest to last

An ancient practice to sustain populations through the seasons, food preservation is making a comeback in suburban Australia. The ATA’s Kate Leslie shares some of her experiences, with some good tips for reducing waste and making the most of your garden’s bounty.

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Introducing aquaponics

Aquaponics is a zero-waste, low-input system for growing fish and vegetables in tandem, and is seen as part of the solution to a more sustainable food system. The best bit is you can do it in your own garden.

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Composting toilets can be installed in boats, motor-homes, regular homes and sheds built on concrete slabs.