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National Sustainable Living Festival, Melbourne

Start Date 1st Feb 2018
End Date 28th Feb 2018
Location Various locations in Melbourne and Victoria
Description

We got this.

The national Sustainable Living Festival runs for the month of February. The Festival's 'Big Weekend' will be held on 9-11 February at Federation Square and Birrarung Marr, Melbourne.

Feature events:

  • Paul Hawken, Drawdown: the plan to reverse global warming
  • Wardrobe crisis - fast fashion and the race to sustainability
  • Beyond the Green - Bob Brown and the future of environmentalism
  • Grassroots revolution - radical experiments to regenerate land and life: Frances Jones and David Pollock's radical project to remove cattle from their historic property, Wooleen, in remote WA
  • Transforming the Suburbs - David Holmgren and the magic of permaculture
  • Women of the earth buildings - the story behind Victoria's first earthship
  • Making Waves - stories, survival strategies to end the nuclear age
  • Sole Food and Street Farm - Michael Ableman: Vancouver's urban farming pioneer
  • Regenerating Democracy - Dissatisfaction with democracy abounds (John Hewson)
  • Young and Influential - RMIT Green Innovators return
  • In Too Deep - Tim Silverwood takes a dive into our sea trash crisis
  • The Great Local Lunch - hosted by Costa Georgiades
  • Virtual Tarkine - a window into the wilderness - Virtual Reality experience
  • Talking Trash - Tammy Logan: living a plastic-free and zero waste lifestyle
  • Transitions Film Festival - visions for a better world
  • The road to repowering Australia - engaging and mobilising people in the national repower campaign
Website National Sustainable Living Festival