Posts Tagged ‘green renters’ guide’
Posted in Movements by Kate Archdeacon on June 23rd, 2009
Information via the Climate Action Calendar.
Photo: RobW via Flickr
Green Renters is a site for those striving to lead sustainable and ecological existences within the confines of rental property. Frustrated by constantly attending conferences and exhibitions that only provide products and advice to home owners, the website authors provide hints and tips for those who are unable to make major changes to a property but still intend to spend many years and call somewhere home.
Posted in Models by Devin Maeztri on June 11th, 2009
The Victorian Green Renters’ Guide was put together by Environment Victoria with the help of the Tenants Union of Victoria. A small number of hard copies are available from the Environment Victoria office.
It includes sections on everything from heating to fridges to food, as well as information on government rebates, a checklist for people looking for a new place to rent, and an explanation of renting law in Victoria.
For more information, to give us your feedback, or to share your experiences of sustainable (and unsustainable) renting, visit the website.
For more sustainability living fact sheets and resources visit Sustainability Tips and Resources.