The CLRE and their knowledge, research, local council and community partners are committed to providing the very best information to help reduce your running costs and impact on the environment without sacrificing your lifestyle.
For free tips, guide, how-to videos, DIYs, wholefood recipes and more; discover www.liveability.com.au. You can also check out the Liveability ‘Living in the Tropics’ Checklist for the Wet/Dry/Build-Up seasons, brought to you by COOLmob. The checklist is full of tips on how to make your home efficient, healthy and comfortable throughout the year.
This Sunday nearly 150 fabulous green homes will be open across Australia, allowing you to see a diversity of new builds, renovations and learn from the architects/designers & homeowners themselves.
Sustainable House Day aims to inspire thousands of Australians by showing them real-life, practical ways they can make their homes more energy and water efficient.
For Darwin residents pay a visit to our iconic Burnett house to see a lovely tropically designed house. Opening hours are 3-5pm or watch this video.
September 13th 2015
This year, the Super Tuesday Bike Count will be held on Tuesday the 1st of September during morning peak hour.
The count provides participating councils with credible information to assist in improving bike riding infrastructure and facilities in their area so we can get more people cycling more often. Registrations are now open! To register visit the Super Tuesday website here.
COOLmob is excited to announce a new project: Greening the Darwin Festival! Funded by the City of Darwin COOLmob will be developing an emissions baseline for the Darwin Festival -Thanks City of Darwin!
Over the coming week COOLmob’s newest energy expert and Carbon Accountant Nisitha will be developing our methodology and project plan. Welcome Nisitha.
The Environment Centre were also a happy grant recipient being awarded a small grant to develop our Top End Wildlife Guide.
The challenge is quite simple…attempt to refuse single-use plastic during July.
Plastic Free July aims to raise awareness of the amount of single-use disposable plastic in our lives and challenges people to do something about it. You can sign up for a day, a week or the whole month and try to refuse ALL single-use plastic or try the TOP 4: plastic bags, water bottles, takeaway coffee cups and straws.
For more details visit: http://www.plasticfreejuly.org/