Keep cooped up kids entertained and connected to Mother Earth with these seven ideas for sustainability activities for kids.
Illustrator Mel Baxter designed our gorgeous celebratory issue of Pip Magazine. We caught up with her to learn more about her artistic process, find out some of the ways she reduces her carbon footprint, and what her hopes are for a sustainable future.
We chat to sustainability educator and author of ‘Less Stuff’, Lindsay Miles, about her journey to live waste- and plastic-free.
We chat with Good Life Permaculture director, Hannah Moloney, about the key lessons she’s learned throughout her permaculture journey and her best piece of advice for those new to self-reliant living.
There are a myriad of benefits to joining a landcare group. Find out more…
In our latest Pip Podcast we connect with Emma-Kate Rose and Robert Pekin from Brisbane’s Food Connect.
What learnings are you taking away from lockdown? We explore the COVID-19 pandemic through permaculture.
Learn how to become a bartering big-note with our guide to the top 10 items coveted in a crisis!
How do we come together when we’re being told to stay apart? The global coronavirus pandemic needs community not fear.
Has coronavirus got you concerned? Our world’s warming got you worried? Permaculture offers solutions. If you’re wondering how to survive a global crisis (and maybe, you know, beyond) read on…
Feeling overwhelmed by eco anxiety? Here are 8 ways to start taking care of yourself when you’re feeling emotionally overwhelmed by the environmental crisis.
Fancy yourself a budding librarian? Why not start a street library and share your joy of reading with your community?