Category Archives: low impact lifestyle

Eco Challenge Gold Coast 2015

From the organisers: We are proud to announce that the Eco Challenge Gold Coast 2015 event is locked in for March 15, 2015 at Tugun Surf Life Saving Club 29 O’Connor St, Tugun QLD 4224 The event will again be part of the Bleach Festival … Continue reading

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Worn Wear update

This is a nice project: Patagonia’s Worn Wear project which celebrates old gear. Here is a recent update and short film. Worn Wear Outtake: A Brave New Fleece Directed by Keith and Lauren Malloy Music by Terry Coffield Worn Wear … Continue reading

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Human powered mountaineers

I love these people: Human-Powered Mountaineers use bikes to access the peaks for their adventures (as well as promoting sustainable food production and lifestyles). Human-Powered Mountaineers is a grassroots organisation that was started by Justene Sweet and Christopher Bangs.  Their … Continue reading

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the Backyard Project – low carbon adventures

In a world where a big part of living the ‘dream’ is to have the ability to travel wherever you want wherever you want, a decision to stay at home and enjoy your own back yard becomes a radical action. … Continue reading

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Patagonia’s Worn Wear campaign

This post is taken directly from the Sustainable Play website (‘Stories for the human-powered and self-propelled’) and is written by Brad Rassler. Patagonia’s Worn Wear campaign, stunning in concept and potentially disruptive to the outdoor industry, is precisely why I’m … Continue reading

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Patagonia’s ‘responsible economy’ campaign

The following interview and article comes from Joel  Makower of GreenBiz and addresses the Patagonia ‘Responsible Economy campaign’. The clothing and gear company Patagonia continues to challenge us to rethink our relationship with stuff. Two years ago, the company launched … Continue reading

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giving old gear a new life

For further information, check the Patagonia facebook page.  

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