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Green building

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We influence lasting solutions to Australia's environmental problems to create a sustainable future and better quality of life.
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10 Things To Visit in Melbourne - Travel Tips & Hacks Blog

10 Things To Visit in Melbourne - Travel Tips & Hacks Blog | City Camp - Sustainable Living | Scoop.it
Melbourne is one of the biggest and most attractive cities in Australia. Click to see the list of 10 Things you must visit in Melbourne.
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Raingardens at the Sustainable Living Festival

Our raingarden ambassador Jane Edmanson (ABC TV, Gardening Australia), and some of our fantastic team members were at the Sustainable Living Festival in Melb...
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World Rankings

This page contains links to tables, charts and related articles with the most recent world rankings of countries and cities according to leading indexes and indicators.  Check back for new rankings and updates of last year’s rankings, as they...
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World - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

World is a common name for the whole of human civilization, specifically human experience, history, or the human condition in general, worldwide, i.e. anywhere on Earth.[2]

In a philosophical context it may refer to:

In a theological context, world usually refers to the material or the profane sphere, as opposed to the celestial, spiritual, transcendent or sacred. The "end of the world" refers to scenarios of the final end of human history, often in religious contexts.

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Take a 60L building tour

Take a 60L building tour | City Camp - Sustainable Living | Scoop.it
The Australian Conservation Foundation has taken responsibility for organising tours of the 60L Building. Tours are available weekdays from 4pm led by a trained volunteer tour guide.
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Melbourne's Bentleigh School wins most sustainable educational institution at International Green Awards

Melbourne's Bentleigh School wins most sustainable educational institution at International Green Awards | City Camp - Sustainable Living | Scoop.it

Bentleigh Secondary School in Melbourne's east has been named the most sustainable educational institution according to the International Green Awards which were held in London this month.
Suters Architects have been involved with the school over many years in the redevelopment of the entire campus and worked in partnership with the college to design stages 1 and 2. Project Leader, John Schout said that the campus has a positive effect on the environment as well as changing the behaviour of staff and students to best practice environmental management:
"A new building, a Meditation and Indigenous Cultural Centre, designed entirely of timber is an example of sustainable carbon capture principles and will be completed in 2013. Key ESD initiatives include shading and natural light, solar panels, water treatment and wetlands and a planned thermal heating and cooling system."


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The Knowledge Wall: Sustainable Living Festival, Melbourne

Grabbing ideas about sustainability from the people of Melbourne. Using all sustainable materials (X-Board, from Xanita supplied by Spicers and refillable Ma...
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