Now operating 19 remote clinics and a mobile dialysis unit called the Purple Truck, Purple House is getting patients back home so that families and culture can remain strong.
It's Good Earth news again! We hope these stories bring smiles to you and inspire you to keep on doing good for our community and planet. In this issue, find out how traditional Indigenous burning is protecting the last-known koalas on NSW far south coast, how Australia's budding vanadium industry could be vital to a more sustainable future, how high diesel prices is fueling rural properties' move to solar and how we can reduce bitcoin energy consumption by 99%.
Find out how we're changing the world of recycling in issue five of Recycling news and innovation! Learn how air is turned into water using Hydropanels to bring water to parched communities, how Lia introduced the world's first flushable and compostable pregnancy test and how Silicon Valley develops might have solutions to improve the way we recycle.
We're back to bring you issue four of Good Earth News. In this issue, find out how 1,000 electric vehicle charging stations will be introduced to NSW, the outcome of the Indigenous fight for 'water justice' in Victoria, who the first Indigenous female surgeon is, what Ash Barty's lifelong goal is and who the first African to win the Pritzker architecture prize is.
Issue four of Recycling news and innovation introduces a whole new future to recycling! Scientists in Norway at NTNU are developing a new car made entirely (that's 100%!) of recycled materials, Virgin Airlines and Agilyx are working on developing a lower carbon fuel derived from plastic waste, Scotland's government is making corporations rethink what they do with unsold goods through an interesting bill that focuses on creating a truly circular economy, a global company will transform Australian recycling with a $260-million plant in NSW and sodden waste is being converted into electricity in Lismore.
We're excited to bring our Crunch members a new reward for recycling from Scratch! Scratch is leading a new wave of food that puts dogs first. Their mission? To offer you a new breed of Australian-made dog food. One that’s good for your dog, better for the planet, and easier for you.
For Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, “Country” is more than a place - it is a sense of belonging that is inherent to First Nations identity. The term “caring for country” reflects a profound spiritual connection to land. Aboriginal law and spirituality are intertwined with the land, the people and creation.