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Plenty of food for thought in national conference

Town and country are joining forces in a big revival of local food. [1 April 2014 | Peter Boyer] On World Environment Day in June last year, when Australians were diverted by Julia Gillard’s battle to save her prime ministership, … Continue reading

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Some good ideas to keep politicians occupied

Politicians appear to have lost direction. Phil Harrington has some climate change policy ideas that should keep Tasmania’s politicians occupied for the rest of their careers—and beyond. [25 August 2009 | Peter Boyer] At a certain age, it’s said, nostalgia kicks … Continue reading

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Those who say, and those who do

A group of young people has answered the challenge to live in a more sustainable manner by securing University support for a community food growing and marketing centre, The Source Wholefoods. Continue reading

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