Posts Tagged ‘environmental impact’
Monday 20 August 2012, 6.30pm
Port Phillip EcoCentre, St Kilda
Follow the Manhattan-based Beavan family as they abandon their high consumption 5th Avenue lifestyle and try to live a year while making no net environmental impact.
A guilty new york liberal decides to practice what he preaches for one year: turns off the electricity; stops making rubbish; gives up tv, taxis and take away and becomes a walking, bicycling, composting, tree-hugging, polar bear saving local food eating citizen!
After the screening, there’ll be a post film discussion and action planning for a No Impact Day in the Port Phillip Region. Come and share your ideas.
Delicious snacks available. Entry by gold coin donation.
Our film nights are becoming increasingly popular. Be sure of a spot and book (no payment required at booking/gold coin donation requested on the night)
Enquiries: 03 9534 0670 / 0425 728 922
Venue: Port Phillip EcoCentre
Cnr. Blessington & Herbert St, St Kilda
(adjacent St Kilda Botanic Gardens)
Posted in Events by TransitionTownPortPhillip on September 23rd, 2011
|27 September , 2011|
|7:00 pm||to||8:30 pm|
The Port Phillip EcoCentre, in collaboration with Transition Town Port Phillip & L.I.V.E (Locals Into Victoria’s Environment), is hosting a film & discussion evening, about the risks of coal seam gas mining, currently proposed for Victoria.
The technique, hydraulic fracturing – otherwise known as “fracking” – seriously risks permanent contamination of the water table, land surface, plant & animal health as well as human health.
Join us for the screening of the ABC doco and part of “Gasland”, get informed, enjoy some hearty discussion & a bite to eat.
Tuesday 27 September, 7-8.30pmPort Phillip EcoCentre 55a Blessington St, St Kilda Free event, bookings & more info please call 9534 0670 —
Posted in Research by Devin Maeztri on September 22nd, 2008
You might find the following research paper from the CITYFUTURES Research Centre useful for your own research!
The Research Paper brings together four papers written to review metropolitan strategies in Australia released over the last six years for the state capital cities of Sydney, Melbourne, South East Queensland (Greater Brisbane), Adelaide and Perth. The four papers do not form a unified whole with a common template, rather they mark an evolution in discussion from Sydney to all the other strategies. More importantly they show an extension in the ambit of the discussion. The first three papers review strategies in their own terms. The last paper presents a more radical view about how metropolitan strategies might evolve to shape the spatial outcomes of – and influences on â€“ the policies needed to address the crucial issues and challenges facing Australias cities and regions.