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New Projects: Climate Conversations

Posted in Movements, Seeking by Kate Archdeacon on August 5th, 2010

Source: Locals Into Victoria’s Environment (LIVE)

The next City of Port Phillip Climate Conversations session will be held on Saturday 7 August – this session will be for those proposing New Project ideas.

Since March this year 163 people have attended Climate Conversations sessions. 14 project ideas have been proposed by participants to adapt our city to climate change. More ideas are needed, so why not come along to the New Projects session?   Climate Conversation sessions, and the projects that arise out of them, are community-led and driven projects. Their purpose is to green up local streets, activity centres and homes. The City of Port Phillip Council is acting as a catalyst, providing resources, and expertise, to get projects started, and help out along the way. Council has many climate action projects and hopes that Climate Conversation sessions will empower local people to implement more.

Find out more about the Climate Conversations.

10 am – 1 pm, Saturday 7 August 2010

South Port Uniting Church, 319 Dorcas Street, South Melbourne Melway Map 2K, B3. Take Tram 96 to Stop 127, then walk 100m up the path to Dorcas Street. The church hall is across the road to the left of the bluestone church.

Please RSVP (http://www.live.org.au/community-events/rsvp-form) if you are coming as it helps with catering. Make sure you mention any special dietary, hearing, access or interpretation requirements you may have.


How inventive or entrepreneurial are you? Enter the Next Big Thing Award!

Posted in Seeking by Ferne Edwards on February 23rd, 2009

Innovators and inventors are being offered up to $60 000 in cash and prizes by INNOVICs Next Big Thing Award – a promotional award including a six week exhibition of finalists at Melbourne Museum.

The award categories include:

  • sustainability/green
  • innovation excellence
  • community benefit
  • peoples choice

To enter visit: www.nextbigthingaward.com. Apply by 16/03/2009.