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Useful websites

Useful websites

  • Resource Smart
    Resource Smart is a Victorian Government resource website which aims to support all Australians particularly those working in the education sector who have a key role to play in understanding, communicating and empowering Australians to be a part of the climate change solution now and into the future.
  • Living Greener
    Living Greener has been designed to enable greater uptake of efficiency opportunities by making information easy to find, being user friendly to read and navigate and providing the information people need to take action. The portal will assist to lead users to appropriate information along with rebates, grants, loans and programs.
  • NCCARF National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility
    leading the research community in a national interdisciplinary effort to generate the information needed by decision-makers in government and in vulnerable sectors and communities to manage the risks of climate change impacts.
  • Sustainable Living Tasmania
    SLT has been working for over 40 years to make Tasmania's communities and natural environments happy, healthy and sustainable. SLT provides impartial advice about practical things like improving energy efficiency, installing insulation, building a comfortable low-bills home, gardening and conserving water. They also coordinate community projects and run events like the popular Sustainable Living Expo each year.
  • Transition Tasmania
    Transition Towns was developed in the UK, but many Tasmanians are embracing the concept of living simply and building stronger communities. Transition Tasmania is about growing resilient communities, by getting to know our neighbours, strengthening local economies, growing food locally, restructuring our transport system and developing alternative energy sources so that we can enjoy a sustainable lifestyle into the future.
  • Waterworks Valley Community
    Waterworks Valley is a suburb of Hobart which is surrounded by bushland. The community of about 230 homes is close-knit and has a strong sense of identity. The residents formed the Waterworks Valley Community in 2006, with the two aims of reducing their carbon footprint and nourishing community spirit.
  • South Hobart Sustainable Community
    South Hobart Sustainable Community (SHSC) is a group of residents who are keen to make South Hobart a more sustainable place. SHSC was set up in 2007 and has established a community garden, arranged bulk purchases in solar power and renewable hot water and holds regular local workshops.
  • North West Environment Centre
    North West Environment Centre (NWEC) is a collective of people living in the North West Coast region of Tasmania, working towards a sustainable, low impact, interesting and rich lifestyle that respects the wild country as much as personal relationships.

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