What does campus sustainability mean to you? What strategies would you like to see adopted to support energy efficiency? How can we collaborate and innovate across a number of areas to future proof the University for generations to come?
The University’s Sustainability Plan is currently under review and we’d like your input to ensure the Plan […]
At Open Day this year, you will find Ecoversity serving up Fair Trade coffee on the Barr Smith Lawns to keep you warm and alert as you venture around the North Terrace Campus. Ask us about sustainability on campus and how to get involved!
“The sessions offer the facts on the types and locations of our most frequent accidents resulting in cycling casualties, and the most effective strategies for avoiding them. We cannot overemphasise that this program is designed for both highly experienced riders as well as those new to commuting by bike – and simply aims to reduce […]
An Ecoleader is an internal sustainability representative who is supported by the Office of Sustainability to undertake environmental initiatives for their local area or School. Ecoleaders, with the support of their Manager, are provided with information, advice, collateral and audit equipment to identify and action initiatives to save electricity, water, waste, gas etc. Ecoleaders have access to a host of resources and information about sustainability […]
As part of the Adelaide City Council’s Go Green program, you are invitied to the City Library with one of Australia’s leading environmentalists Tim Silverwood.
When: Friday November 21 at 5:30pm
Where: City Library – just off Rundle Mall, map here
RSVP: Essential – book here to reserve your place
Tim is an ordinary guy who somehow found […]
FREE Breakfast for all cyclists on the Goodman Lawns from 8am – be early!
Join us for Ride To Uni Day as we celebrate all the benefits of cycling to Uni.
We’ll have free raffle prizes, Fair Trade coffee, pedal power smoothies, cycling information and the Slow Bike Race. For the first time Mel from Honeybee […]
Cycling for Culture through Aboriginal Kaurna, Peramangk and Ngadjuri Country – weekend 24-26 October 2014
For the second time since last October 2013, enthusiastic cyclists in Adelaide invite fellow cyclists for a three day “Cycling for Culture” tour through the countries of the Aboriginal Kaurna people (Adelaide), Peramangk Adelaide Hills and Mount Lofty Ranges) and Ngadjuri […]
To celebrate the opening of the Hub Central Edible Garden, you are invited to get your hands dirty and join us for a DIY Salad Garden Workshop.
WHEN: Friday 12 September 11am
WHERE: Edible Garden (near the kitchen)
BOOK NOW: Places are limited so please book to reserve your place – https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/edible-garden-diy-salad-garden-workshop-tickets-12717569593
Urban Sustainability: Big Picture Thinking
Wednesday, June 25th, 2014
AIA Presentation Space – 100 Flinders St, Adelaide
6.30 – 9.00pm
RSVP Link: http://guestli.st/262011
In our upcoming AdelaideSBN event we will begin to zoom out to take a look at sustainability in built environments at an urban scale. While it is important that our individual buildings are designed and perform in a […]
Living Building Conversations #1
Wednesday, June 25th, 12-1pm
Adelaide City Library – Level 3, 77 Rundle Mall, Adelaide
RSVP Link: http://guestli.st/261399
The aim of the ‘Living Building Conversations’ event is to tease out what are the current possibilities and barriers toward creating truly regenerative built environments. The conversations will be guided by the performance standards of the Living Building […]