i give a crap

Who Gives A Crap Toilet Paper

Have you heard of Who Gives A Crap? Their mission statement: Good for people, good for the earth, good for your bum. We’re determined to prove that toilet paper is about more than just wiping bums. We make all of our products with environmentally friendly materials, and we donate 50% of our profits to WaterAid […]

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my laziness-based composting decision

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I’ve wanted to set up a compost for a very long time. I’ve tried a worm farm before, but it simply didn’t work. The fact that my family contributes to the $7.8 billion worth of food waste each in Australia alone disturbs me. I hate that there aren’t state- (or even nation-)wide composting initiatives to […]

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getting #grexy with recycling

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This month, Sustainable Table is running a campaign called Give a Fork! which invites participants to look into the environmental and ethical aspects of their food choices. I’ve decided to take part in the Drop Dead Grexy challenge, which is essentially a 30-day crash course to sustainable living, and I’ll be collecting three weeks worth […]

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four brothers hike in photos

View from Four Brothers

About two weeks back, I did an amazing hike in the Bunyip State Park with my friend. What was intended to be a heart-pumping photography adventure to help me get used to a new lens turned into an incredibly satisfying but demanding five-hour romp (and occasional slide) through lush forest for the view from the […]

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a grey day on coppins track part 2

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Even the Australian summer suffers from a less than stellar forecast. On a twenty-(low)something degree day with the sun masked by a blanket of cloud, when neither sunbaking nor swimming is all that appealing, a perfect way to spend the day is with a walk along the wild coast of the Mornington Peninsula. For Part […]

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a grey day on coppins track part 1

Jubilee Point-2

Even the Australian summer suffers from a less than stellar forecast. On a twenty-(low)something degree day with the sun masked by a blanket of cloud, when neither sunbaking nor swimming is all that appealing, a perfect way to spend the day is with a walk along the wild coast of the Mornington Peninsula. This is […]

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introducing raw people with julian burnside

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“The thing about a leader is that they say: this is what I believe in, and this is why you should believe it too.” – Julian Burnside, 11 December 2015 Last night I was fortunate enough to hear from Julian Burnside, one of many absolutely incredible and inspiring speakers at festival21 in Melbourne. His words […]

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