Subscribe to Posts
TagsAlbert Park Art Australia BagsRevolt bags revolt Bottle Caps Caracas Colors Community Engagement consumer power design design innovation Eco-Conscious Customers Flowers food packaging recycle fused plastic bags handbags Inspirations Isla de Margarita landfills Manuel Mejia Melbourne Patricia AcuÃ±a Perth WA PET Bottles Plastic plastic bags Plastic Litter Plastic Pollution PlÃ¡sticos Port Phillip Bay Port Phillips Eco Center Recycling Recycling is Fun REDUCE Straws Sustainability Transition Port Phillip upcycle upcycling Venezuela Waste Management weaving Workshops World Environment Day
Words from Friends
Tag Archives: Transition Port Phillip
World Coastal Clean Up Day
Need more reason to come and join us? Do you think these guys… … Continue reading
Lets Talk Plastic Pollution in Port Phillip Bay
Let’s talk Plastic Pollution! Come down to the Port Phillip EcocentreÂ this Thursday May 2ndÂ to theÂ ‘Bag It’Â Film night & discussionÂ with the Special Guest Speaker: Tim Silverwood, spokesperson & campaigner for keeping plastic … Continue reading
Posted in Life in Melbourne, Plastic Pollution, Trash Art, Whatâ€™s Up Tagged 5 Gyres Institute, Australia, Bag It' Film, Baykeepers, Beach Patrol, Brighton Beach, Elwood Beach, Manuel Mejia, Maribyrnong River, Melbourne, Merri Creek, Michael Lutman, Patricia AcuÃ±a, plastic bags, Plastic Pollution, Plasticized, Port Phillips Eco Center, South Atlantic Gyre, Take 3, Tim Silverwood, Transition Port Phillip, Two Hand Projects, Yarra River Leave a comment
Creative Community In Action Protecting The Bay!
ThisÂ Past Sunday 7th of April was a glorious sunny day at St kilda Beach where several community groups came together to showcase their workÂ in maintaining the beautiful Port Phillip Bay clean and healthy. The groups there were Baykeepers, … Continue reading
Posted in Community, Life in Melbourne, Plastic Pollution, Sustainability, Trash Art, Whatâ€™s Up, Working with Children Tagged Art, Australia, BagsRevolt, Baykeepers, Beach Patrol, Bottle Caps, Captain Trash, Community Engagement, Earth Care, Litter Fairy, Melbourne, Patricia AcuÃ±a, Port Phillip Bay, single use plastics, St kilda beach, Transition Port Phillip Leave a comment
Come and Celebrate BayCare Day!
Do you love Port Phillip Bay? Come and see local community action to protect our Bay. The event will be this Sunday 7th April, 10.30am to 1pm at the St Kilda Pier and beach. Itâ€™s a great opportunity to meet … Continue reading
Posted in Community, Life in Melbourne, PET Bottles, Plastic Bags, Plastic Pollution, Trash Art, Whatâ€™s Up, Working with Children Tagged Art, Australia, BagsRevolt, BayCare Day, Beach Clean Ups, Bottle Caps, Melbourne, Patricia AcuÃ±a, Plastic Litter, Plastic Pollution, Port Phillip Bay, Port Phillips Eco Center, Transition Port Phillip Leave a comment
Melbourne’s Sustainable Living Festival is On!
I’m back in Melbourne right on time for the great weather and most importantly the Sustainability Living Festival! The program is packed with talks, workshops, movies and so much … Continue reading
Posted in Life in Melbourne, PET Bottles, Plastic Bags, Sustainability, Trash Art, Up-Cycling, Upcycling Single Use Plastics, Whatâ€™s Up Tagged Australia, BagsRevolt, Brotherhood of St Laurence, design innovation, fused plastic bags, handbags, hobbies with recycled materials, Melbourne, Patricia AcuÃ±a, Port Phillips Eco Center, Recycling is Fun, Refab, Sustainability, Sustainability Living Festival, Textile Lab, Transition Port Phillip Leave a comment
Captain Moore is coming to Town!
If you love the Oceans and Â it’s inhabitants this special evening a Conversation with Captain Charles Moore is a must! He is the top manÂ in the world of plastic pollution … Continue reading
Posted in Life in Melbourne, Plastic Pollution, Upcycling Single Use Plastics, Waste Management, Whatâ€™s Up Tagged Algalita Marine Research Institute, Australia, BagsRevolt, Captain Charles Moore, Melbourne, Melbourne Commons, Pacific Garbage patch, Plastic Ocean, Plastic Pollution, Take 3, Transition Port Phillip, TRASHED, Two Hands Project 2 Comments
Funky Garden Art From Single Use Plastics
The Port Phillip EcoCentre is embracing Sustainable House Day 2012 on Sunday, 9th of September from 10am-4pm. The event is designedÂ to pick up ideas & explore D.I.Y and technological solutions to … Continue reading
Posted in Community, Inspirations, Life in Melbourne, Plastic Bags, Textures and Colors, Trash Art, Up Cycling Projects, Upcycling Single Use Plastics, Whatâ€™s Up, Working with Children Tagged Balloons, Bottle Caps, food packaging recycle, Garden Art, Melbourne, plastic bags, Port Phillips Eco Center, Straws, Sustainable House Day 2012, Transition Port Phillip, upcycling, Workshops 1 Comment
Transition Town World Oceans Day Local Celebration!
Everyone is welcomed to come by and spend a day sharing, appreciating and giving back to our Oceans in community! The meeting point will be at the beginning of the Pier … Continue reading
Earthships and Celebrating Community !
The Sustainability Living Festival was awesome! I was very happy to be part of this great event where I was able to talk to a wide audience about the benefits of having hobbies … Continue reading