Environment

A green and sustainable city

71 posts in Environment

Turning food scraps into green energy Sustainable living

Turning food scraps into green energy

330 houses and 53 inner-city apartment blocks take part in a City of Sydney food scraps recycling trial.

Sydneysiders get planting for National Tree Day 2019 Local ecology

Sydneysiders get planting for National Tree Day 2019

Hundreds of community members come together to plant over 1,500 native plants in Forest Lodge on Sunday 28 July.

How to keep household chemicals out of landfill Sustainable living

How to keep household chemicals out of landfill

Common household chemicals can be toxic. But there’s a way to recycle responsibly.

Sea creatures come back to Sydney Harbour Local ecology

Sea creatures come back to Sydney Harbour

A City of Sydney grant for a pioneering program could reduce stormwater pollution of our spectacular waterways using native sea animals.

City of Sydney declares climate emergency Sustainable living

City of Sydney declares climate emergency

We’ve declared that climate change poses a serious risk and should be treated as a national emergency.

Calling all green thumbs: volunteer at City Farm Sustainable living

Calling all green thumbs: volunteer at City Farm

Dig, plant, grow and learn.

Glebe resident Judy Christie creates urban oasis for local wildlife Local ecology

Glebe resident Judy Christie creates urban oasis for local wildlife

Following the City of Sydney's release of a free habitat creation guide, we drop in on a lush, wild garden, complete with native plants, trees and a frog pond.

Baby swans born in Sydney Park wetlands Local ecology

Baby swans born in Sydney Park wetlands

Meet the newest (and cutest) members of the park’s feathered family.

9 ways to ditch single-use plastic Sustainable living

9 ways to ditch single-use plastic

Choose to refuse – swap small single use items to make a big impact.

5 minutes with environment grant recipient Professor Sara Wilkinson Local ecology

5 minutes with environment grant recipient Professor Sara Wilkinson

Sydney’s future looks green with new wallbots.

Advertisement

Featured in Environment

Pedalling a vision at Harold Park

9 ways to ditch single-use plastic

How to keep household chemicals out of landfill

How you can help Sydney go 100% renewable

Sydney businesses sign up to our no plastics pledge

Advertisement

Subscribe for updates

Choose the news that interests you

Sign up