This Green Guide is designed to help residents take action to live more sustainably at home and in the community. This is an initiative under the Environmental Sustainability RoadMAP.
So go on, challenge yourself to take up a new sustainable action today!
Top ten actions
Locally produced food grown, in sync with the seasons, is fresher and requires less energy to produce and transport to you. more »
With less rainfall and hotter weather predicted in the coming decades, we need to go with the limited flow and create water-wise gardens. more »
Become aware of the environmental implications of your consumption and purchase those goods that have the least impact on our future. more »
Energy saving habits are easy to learn. By changing your daily habits, you can save resources and money, and reduce your contribution to global warming. more »
Time to grab the clipboard and run the environmental ruler over your home. Identify the low hanging fruit and big bang actions that will quickly reduce your home's impact on the environment. more »
When investing in large household appliances and fixtures, use the government's Energy and Water Ratings (stars) to guide you to the most efficient products to save money. more »
Buses, trains and trams all use far less resources than cars. Increased use will lead to a better service and you can read, listen and relax. more »
Community groups are helping to rehabilitate weed choked native vegetation, enabling it to regenerate and thus, restoring native biodiversity. Find your local group and lend a hand. more »
Help spread the word about actions we can all take to reduce our impact on the environment. more »
Replicating nature's nutrient cycle by creating closed loops for recycling and reuse delivers efficiency and reduces cost. more »
Last updated: 2 May 2013Back to main navigation Back to section navigation