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New South Wales community action[edit | edit source]
Sustainability initiatives[edit | edit source]
Local sustainability initiatives[edit source]
Please see our Local communities in New South Wales pages, where of course you can share any more information you may have about local sustainability initiatives.
Coasts[edit | edit source]
Wikipedia: New South Wales, Aquatic protected areas
Community energy[edit | edit source]
Lismore Community Solar, aims to create two 100kW solarfarms through a partnership between local community members and Lismore City Council ~ with funding provided by local community ‘impact’ investors and operation of the solarfarms by Lismore City Council.
Cycling activism[edit | edit source]
Food activism[edit | edit source]
Open spaces[edit | edit source]
Wikipedia: Protected areas of New South Wales: At 30 June 2010 there were 776 separate terrestrial protected areas with a total land area of 6,641,256 hectares (16,410,900 acres) (8.29% of the state’s area). 189 of these are national parks, totalling 5,045,422 hectares (12,467,510 acres).
News and comment[edit | edit source]
Time banking in New South Wales, May 22 
Could Byron Bay transition to zero carbon?, March 10 
Home to World’s Largest Coal Port, Newcastle City Council Divests from Fossil Fuels, August 26 
Lismore gives green light to 200kW community owned solar farm, December 10 
Sustaining Community, Families, community engagement and environmental sustainability - for parents, students, practitioners and anyone who wants to make a difference. By Graeme Stuart from the Family Action Centre at the University of Newcastle.
Events[edit | edit source]
Nov 10, 12 - 13 Fair Share festival, transitionnewcastle.org.au
Near you[edit | edit source]
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Wikipedia: New South Wales