Making Sustainability Second Nature
Second Nature is a community program to make sustainability second nature in Sydney's Eastern Suburbs.
We're lucky to live in a unique and beautiful corner of the world. As incredible as our home is, it needs our help to continue to thrive.
That’s why we're working with you to make sustainability more than just an occasional concern. We're keen to make caring for our place a normal part of our every day, in the way we work, live and play.
So, we're here to help with free resources, events, initiatives and info.
The more people who join our Second Nature community, the greater positive impact we will have for the good of our ‘hood.
Are you in?
What lies beneath? Interview with Marine Ecologist David Booth
17 December 2018
If you’re anything like us, being near, on and in the ocean brings pure happiness. For David Booth, Professor of Marine Ecology at UTS, it’s been a life-long passion and professional research playground. Lucky man! We asked the eminent scientist and strong advocate of sustainable fisheries and marine parks, to give us the scoop on some of his discoveries in Sydney waters. Worth a ponder while you’re out enjoying coastal activities this summer.
Christmas unwrapped: 5 Tips for avoiding gift wrapping waste
25 November 2018
Christmas is just around the corner, a time for cheer and gift giving. Unfortunately, between the wrapping and the packaging, more often than not this gift giving can leave us with mountains of waste. And that's rubbish (literally!).
Dumping is rubbish: It takes a village to remove a mattress.
25 November 2018
Many of us move to (or never leave) this ‘hood because it’s pretty awesome. Friendly people, great food and world famous beaches – what’s not to like? However if there was one complaint we all hear quite often, it would usually be about dumped rubbish on the kerbside and streets. These piles of unwanted household stuff are costly to clean up, often unsafe, and a blight on our stunning natural surroundings. Items can also end up in our parks and waterways, playing havoc with wildlife (poor fish).