These events will get you thinking about how you can be more sustainable, whether that’s in the workplace, at home or raising awareness of climate change through creative craft activities.
Join us at these four online events:
Creating a resilient and sustainable business in a changing climate
Wednesday 5 May
At the next Sustainable Business Network webinar this Wednesday 5 May, find out how your business can reinvent and reimagine itself in a changing climate, how to consider sustainability as a key factor during a transition, and how to make your business more resilient to change.
No bookings required, simply join the webinar via Webex.
Climate craftivism workshop
Tuesday 11 May
Craftivism is a slow, creative and mindful form of action using arts and crafts as tools for collective empowerment and expression. You’ll discover how craftivists are changing the world, one stitch at a time and have the chance to get started on a new project.
Retrofitting your home for flood resilience
Wednesday 19 May
Get information from industry experts on making your home flood resilient, insurance and how to prepare for a flood emergency. This session is designed for anyone with an interest in flood-resilient design, and especially people living in and around the Elster Creek Catchment in properties prone to flooding.
Solar information session
Tuesday 1 June
This webinar aims to help you lower your electricity bill, providing you with information about solar power and the Port Phillip Solar Program. Through the Solar Program, we have partnered with Yarra Energy Foundation to offer residents and businesses support to get your rooftop solar.