Putting a Stop to Australia’s Extinction Crisis

I've been screening unsolicited calls from an unknown charity for a while now. I got caught on the hop a few weeks back when the call came through from an unknown mobile. When I answered, it was a charity I currently donate to and swiftly told them I was too busy to talk and fobbed… Continue reading Putting a Stop to Australia’s Extinction Crisis

Water Audit – Target 155

It's easy to be lulled into a false sense of security, thinking we have an endless supply of freshwater. I mean, we turn on the tap and out it comes! It even falls from the sky! Surely it's renewable and there's plenty to go around right? The earth's surface is around 70% water however, only… Continue reading Water Audit – Target 155

Sustainable Fashion: what to do when you split your dacks

The other day I split my dacks, right up my crotch. Bugger. They were my good jeans too. You know the ones that are the most flattering yet still comfy? Now that I've declared I'm not going to buy anything new for a year what am I to do? First of all, let me back… Continue reading Sustainable Fashion: what to do when you split your dacks

Vegetarian, Vegan or Flexitarian? A Food Audit

I've been a flexitarian for about a decade now and I say that because I've attempted full blown vegetarian more times than I can count, I've tried a semi-vegan, a semi-paleo and the 5:2 diets all in an attempt to reduce my environmental impact. But I haven't managed to stick to one for more than… Continue reading Vegetarian, Vegan or Flexitarian? A Food Audit

How The Ends of the World led me to an epiphany (a book review).

This book came to me when I needed it most. At the beginning of the year, towards the harrowing end of Australia's Black Summer (you know, in that time before Covid), I was feeling at a complete loss. I was grieving for a world we are on the brink of losing, overwhelmed with climate anxiety.… Continue reading How The Ends of the World led me to an epiphany (a book review).