Racial Cleansing In Sydney’s Inner West – First The Block, Now Waterloo

The Baird Liberal Government Seize Their Chance The announcement that Waterloo will be the site of Sydney Metro’s 31st station, winning out over Sydney University heralds a death knell for the infamous Waterloo towers (sometimes called the Suicide Towers). While … Continue reading Racial Cleansing In Sydney’s Inner West – First The Block, Now Waterloo

More Working Ecology In My Neighbourhood Please

Christina Borcke argues that landscape should inform urban development as opposed to being subjected to rigid patterns of repeated urban patterns the world over (Borcke 2013).   What if new developments we designed to assist natural ecosystem services that are present … Continue reading More Working Ecology In My Neighbourhood Please

From March, riding without photo identification will result in a $106 fine and not wearing a helmet or holding onto a moving car will incur one of $319. Running a red light will cost $425.

New South Wales police have launched an internal investigation after an officer reportedly pushed a cyclist off his bike at a major Sydney intersection during peak hour. Witnesses said the police officer on a motorcycle rode up alongside the cyclist … Continue reading From March, riding without photo identification will result in a $106 fine and not wearing a helmet or holding onto a moving car will incur one of $319. Running a red light will cost $425.

In defence of ecovillages: the communities that can teach the world to live sustainably

What types of communities do the best job of living with a minimal impact on the planet? I asked myself this question when I read a recent article on The Conversation, which argued that even if everyone on Earth lived … Continue reading In defence of ecovillages: the communities that can teach the world to live sustainably