Movie – The Garden at the End of the World

The Garden at the end of the World, “is a film that is both a documentary and a travelogue of a journey through a ruined land. It is stark in its contrasts of the impacts of war with the everyday lives of people trying to create new lives, of ruined city and the bare beauty […]

Costa slams Food Giants

Source @ Sunshine Coast Daily   Mark Furler | 10th July 2011 THE supermarket giants have been accused of playing Russian roulette with Australians’ health with their food production processes. THE supermarket giants have been accused of playing Russian roulette with Australians’ health with their food production processes. Greek TV gardening host Costa Georgiadis opened both […]

What the World Eats Project

This photographic report exposes the proliferation of processed foods in the western diet and in the diets of many developing countries the world over. Is it any wonder that we are seeing increases in diet & lifestyle related diseases? What are your thoughts? From: FoodMatters About the project: These images are from the book ‘Hungry […]

Food Waste

Aussie households bin close to three million tonnes of food each year. By: Choice – The people’s watchdog – See the whole article @ Choice.com.au Scraping plates off into the bin, tossing away that stew forgotten at the back of the fridge, binning the mouldy bread – we all do it from time to time […]

Rainforest Alliance

So, what does the Rainforest Alliance logo on your chocolate, coffee and other products actually mean? The Rainforest Alliance works to conserve biodiversity and ensure sustainable livelihoods by transforming land-use practices, business practices and consumer behavior.   Small Actions = Big Changes from Rainforest Alliance on Vimeo.

Real Food, Canberra

A great initiative by some Canberra locals – Canberra Greenfoodies show your support by buying their cookbook or going to one of their events! Check them out @ Real Food Canberra Canned, packaged and pre-made food dominates our supermarket isles, most of our food travels thousands of kilometers before even reaching our plates, and increasingly […]

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Australian cattle exports to Indonesia: Ban or assistance?

An article written on the Indonesian perspective of the live export ban published in the Jakarta Post Source @ The Jakarta Post – Australian cattle exports to Indonesia: Ban or assistance? Risti Permani, Adelaide, Australia | Thu, 06/09/2011 8:00 AM   Videos showing Australian cattle being subject to inhumane treatment in Indonesian abattoirs have prompted […]

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Simply Raw – Reversing Diabetes Naturally

Food the cure for Diabetes? Sure is! This is a short for a great story about how raw food can cure diabetes!

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Sustainability Drive

Residents of a Sydney suburban town unite to create fantastic food gardens along their street, where there was once an expanse of concrete footpath. The vegetable beds are watered by diverted stormwater and the produce is shared. This is very much in keeping with the GreenWay vision develop a network of green streets within the […]

Jamie’s Ministry of Food Australia

Cooking is an important life skill which everyone should learn. With the right sort of information and teaching, anyone can learn how to cook. Jamie’s Ministry of Food is nothing less than a food revolution. The initiative has the potential to radically improve population health and social welfare of communities across Australia. It empowers people […]

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