Sustainable living, events and news in the City of Port Phillip

TedX St Kilda Watch Jeremy McLeod present an alternative to the Australian housing model that is sustainable, affordable and community-focused. What's on, My Community Event Well Waters Workbees The Well Waters project provides rain tank & raingarden rebates, and community workbees to improve Elster Creek for water, plants, animals and people. What's on, My Community Reserve and foreshore community planting days Join us to plant natives across heritage sites in Port Phillip this winter What's on, My Community, What your council is doing

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Elwood College students create award winning sustainability app Smog Game is an award winning eco-themed colour matching endless runner for the iPhone and iPad, which shows children the benefit of reducing their 'Smog' carbon footprint. Kids, News, My Community Event Community Gardening at EcoCentre 11am - 1pm on the third Sunday of every month. What's on, My Community Solar for St Kilda Community Housing This local not for profit housing agency providing affordable housing for low-income and disadvantaged people has now been fitted with solar panels thanks to crowdfunding through The People's Solar. News, My Community
Roof run-off diverted for greener gardens Up to 90 Port Phillip residents will have greener gardens thanks to an easily installed section of plumbing. What your council is doing 40 is the new 50! Speeds have been reduced from 50km/h to 40km/h in five new areas in the City of Port Phillip What your council is doing Join a walking group in Port Phillip Every week people near you are walking around our beautiful city. What's on, My Community St Kilda Community Gardens reopen Plots open to local residents and gardens are open and ready for planting. News, My Community, What your council is doing Built Environment Sustainability Scorecard (BESS) BESS is a new online assessment tool for sustainable design in new buildings and renovations. My House, What your council is doing Making it easier for people to walk across busy roads Changed traffic signals make it easier to cross main roads and get to tram stops. News, My Community, What your council is doing Cargo bike now available at Elwood Toy Library Hire out a cargo bike and cruise the streets with your family. Kids, News, My Community, What your council is doing No More Bills! The Community Carbon Cops have created the first energy positive public building in the City of Port Phillip. News, My House, What your council is doing Campaign to reduce car dooring on St Kilda Road Learn more about protected bike lane for St Kilda Road My Community, What your council is doing