One week ago today we had the last day of our holiday in Europe. It was a fantastic day which we spent wondering around Hyde Park in London. Many of the trees had changed to rich warm autumn colours in the 6 or so weeks since we were there at the beginning of our holiday. I went mad and photographed everything. I could see so many paintings and I wanted to take them all home with me.
It was freezing cold too which gave me a chance to wear the coat that I had bought in France.
Today, the future of solar energy is looking especially bright. That’s because the US reached a renewable energy milestone recently when the one-millionth solar installation came online. To help celebrate this new record, we’ve joined the #MillionSolarStrong campaign with our friends at the Solar Energy Industries Association. #MillionSolarStrong is not just a celebration of the […]
Rivers SOS has made a submission on Centennial Coal’s proposed expansion of the Springvale Colliery. Here’s an extract: Rivers SOS has held a regional meeting at Lithgow, where we viewed some of the swamps desiccated by Centennial Coal’s operations, and … Continue reading →
These four images show the making of our first batch of compost in our brand new bins. Starting on the 8th February, about 5 weeks ago, (summer here) we spent 3 hours altogether mulching everything we could find! Lots of stuff from the garden, and also leaves and thin branches from a large eucalyptus tree […]