On Saturday 27 October 2012, BCCAG held a Sausage Sizzle in Hampton Street. Its main purpose was to meet the public and let them know about us! With lots of BCCAG volunteers to help cook and serve and promote our message, it was a positive, fun day.
On the 18 September 2012, a hardy bunch of BCCAGers braved a cold and overcast Melbourne afternoon for a tour of Bentleigh Secondary College. Bill Thomas, their Head of Sustainable Practices, showed us changes he’s introduced to make his school more sustainable and green. We saw his urban forest, wetlands area, solar panels and wonderful
LED lighting makeover offer to BCCAG members and supporters. Event: Presentation by the team at littil LED Lights Date: Tuesday, 16th October, 2012 at 7.30pm Location: Sandringham Uniting Church Hall, 21 Trentham Street, Sandringham Erik Zimmerman, founder of Ekoenergy (solar) and John Rathgeber, founder of littil LED Lights, will present the benefits of converting existing halogen & incandescent down
Some say cows are killing the earth. So do we need to ban beef? Michael Bachelard The Age – September 25, 2011 Animal agriculture is responsible for more than 30 per cent of Australia’s greenhouse gas emissions. Photo: Louise Kennerley When all those sheep, cattle and goats digest and burp, there are consequences. THE QUESTION: