- Waste and Recycling
- Bushland and Wildlife
- Sustainable Living
- Animals and Plants
- Air Quality and Pollution
- Water Quality and Pollution
- Managing Our Environment
- Resources for Schools
- Remediation Projects
The majority of the services we receive from our governments, health care providers, banks, etc are configured for financial efficiency (saving money or making it).
As such, the inclusion of sustainability obligations or awareness of the ecological footprint of the services they provide is a rare feature for Australia's service providers. How do we shift this?
Your investments may fund activities that are not sustainable and may be contrary to your ethics. Money talks, what is yours saying?
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