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EVENT: Pints of Ideas – plastics and the circular economy

In this event, we’ll discuss how plastics can become part of the circular economy in Australia? Date: Thursday 13th May 2021 Time: 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm ACST Location: UniBar Adelaide, North Terrace Campus, The University of Adelaide Book now: Eventbrite Join Ecoversity and the Environment Institute with special guests to discuss how plastics can […]

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EVENT: Join us at ‘Pints of Ideas’ to discuss the plastic pollution problem and solutions

Join the Environment Institute and Ecoversity to discuss the problem of plastic pollution. This inaugural Pints of Ideas event, is an environmental pub-talk series brought to you University’s Ecoversity program.The first session will explore ‘How big is the plastic pollution problem and what can we do about it?’ Hear about the solutions in research, policy […]

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Want to make a change in our world that positively helps biodiversity conservation?

Change is hard, but not impossible. Guest blog post by Matthew Bowie, who is in the final months of his PhD which focuses on consumer behaviour change and sustainable coffee. Many of the threats facing biodiversity are the result of human actions. This is simply a fact of the world we live in. However, I see […]

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University volunteers are recycling soft plastics with REDcycle

In conjunction with Ecoversity, volunteers at the University of Adelaide have launched soft plastic recycling with REDcycle. The University has moved to open plan recycling, which has seen communal recycling stations become a prominent feature of offices, kitchens and shared spaces. This has removed the need for the majority of individual bins and ensured people think […]

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