‘Sustainable’ is a frequently, some say over-used, word. What does it mean to you?
‘The United Nations defined sustainability as ‘meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.’ Brundtland Commission 1987.
Adapting to new technologies or changing our everyday habits can be a challenge – yet acknowledging that change is inevitable is the first step towards practical solutions that really work.
EcoNetwork is extremely concerned about the climate crisis and, together with affiliate group Climate Action Port Stephens (CAPS), supports our local Council’s commitment to becoming carbon neutral and is campaigning for further actions. We are involved in raising community awareness through forums, activism and social media activity. Read more
Eco homes and communities
Some interesting articles about sustainable living from our members and colleagues. Read more
Infrastructure and transport
As continued expansion of the road network meeting the demands of road users and reducing traffic congestion? Or is unplanned and unsustainable population growth creating many of the problems in our region? Read more
Sustainable Futures Festival 2022
Working in partnership with local communities, businesses and government agencies, EcoNetwork Port Stephens held the inaugural Sustainable Futures Festival between June and September 2022. Read more