The big wet has Brisbane renters tearing apart sharehouses, burning leather clothing and scrubbing walls with clove and tea tree oil, mixed with vinegar and warm water in a battle with an unwanted, microbial, housemate; mould. Christine Schindler wrote in Westender last week “The mould ripened, it invited friends and propagated indiscriminately on brick and Continue Reading →
Professor Jeffrey Sachs addressed NATO this month, begging European nations not to blindly follow the US into a global war with China and Russia. He says US is no longer a global leader, and is in denial about this, leading the West into a dangerous and futile global war. He points out that successive US Continue Reading →
My Great Notion of the Week this week is the Mount Tamborine Edible Exchange shared by Wavy. It’s an honour system where people can bring food to the central roadside exchange and take food away. No money changes hands. They post pictures online so everyone knows what’s in the food exchange. There’s pictures and more Continue Reading →
Dave Whitfield from EcoRadio on 4ZZZ interviews Sam from Reverse Garbage Queensland about their upcoming WornOUT Fashion Exhibition. Sam also takes Dave around the warehouse to explore how manufacturing waste materials can be repurposed for FASHION!
Saturday 08:00-10:00 – Bushcare Working bee – Ian Page Park, 61 Cloverbrook Place, Carina 15:00-17:00 – Yeronga Bushcare July Working Bee – The Corso (intersection of Brisbane Corso & Otaki Rd) Sunday 08:00-10:00 – Bushcare Working Bee – Whites Hill Reserve 08:00-10:00 – Community bushcare bee – Yimbun Park – corner of Malbon and Monthar Continue Reading →
In this weeks show we are joined in the studio by Chris Fullon,Founder of Australian Urban Growers. We will talk about urban farming and the future of food security, we will also give you a tour of their set-up in Kelvin Grove State College College and the work that Jimmy Southwood is doing to ensure Continue Reading →