Viewing entries posted in December 2017
Over the Christmas period, we buy and consume more than at any other time of the year. While the holiday season is a time for celebration and relaxation, it also leads to a big increase in the amount of waste we produce. According to the Australian Retailers Association, Australians are expected to spend more than $50 billion this Christmas. But Christmas doesn’t have to be a burden to the environment!
In October, Queensland’s Scenic Rim hosted the region’s first Bioblitz, engaging scientists, naturalists, and volunteers to conduct a 48-hour intensive field study in an attempt to record all the living species within the area. This week, the first scientific survey results were revealed.
When giving has always been an ingrained family value, it’s only natural that it’s incorporated into the way you do business – especially if your business has been family owned for over 7 decades.
When delegates of Global Eco Conference 2017 walked through Adelaide Zoo and heard – as if orchestrated – a zoo keeper asking a group of children "Does anyone know what I mean when I say reduce, reuse, recycle?” it was obvious the conference organisers had got the venue right.
Congratulations to Whitsunday Bliss for achieving Ecotourism Certification. We’re thrilled to have you on board!