Bank Australia and SLT working together
You can make a big difference by switching to a responsible bank. Banks have huge impacts by deciding what gets financed. The big 4 banks all invest heavily in fossil fuels, with a combined total of $50 billion invested. In contrast, Bank Australia
is a 100% customer-owned responsible bank committed to not investing a single cent in fossil fuels. This is why Sustainable Living Tasmania is proud to partner with them, and recommend them to you. Switch
your mortgage to Bank Australia now.
Sustainable Living Festival
What is your vision of an AWESOME future? A future for you and your family, for Tasmania, and for the planet? Is it a healthier, happier you, or a warm home that doesn't cost the earth? Is it a safe, inclusive and resilient community? What about a restored and protected planet? Help your community explore how the future could be awesome and what we need to do to bring it about by getting involved in this year's Sustainable Living Festival as a volunteer, exhibitor, performer, or sponsor.
In Our Library
SLT subscribes to some great magazines brimming with inspirational ideas. Browse through the magazines and our range of specialist books, or borrow them from our library and read them at home. Some of the highlights from current magazine issues are: beescaping, sandbag house in South Africa, self-contained studios, and wicking beds. Visit our library
page for more info on these and other informative topics.
Sustainable House Day
How about a sticky-beak into some of Tasmania's most sustainable houses? Would you like to chat with the home owners about their experiences working towards living a sustainable lifestyle? Are you willing to participate and open your sustainable house and to share your knowledge with others? Well you can - at the next Sustainable House Day on 11 September 2016. More details about open house
locations and how to register
is available at Sustainable House Day
. Photo: River House, Carlton.
Nominate for the EPA Sustainability Award 2016
Now is the time to nominate your favourite business who is demonstrating a commitment to sustainability. The EPA
is looking for projects or initiatives which show measurable improvements in areas of pollution prevention, energy efficiency, water conservation, waste minimisation or resource efficiency. Projects must have a flow-on benefits to the wider community and/or industry sector. Applications close on Wednesday 10 August 2016. Photo: Martin Robinson, Veolia receiving the 2015 EPA Sustainability Award from EPA Board Chair, Warren Jones.