Greenroom Sydney

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Greenroom Sydney (GR) is a culmination of hard work, planning and specialist reporting with fellow University of Technology Sydney journalism students. GR focused on bringing enviro-conscious Sydneysiders together, and producing stories relevant to our niche audience. The publication was launched on the 22nd of May, after a month-long social media campaign was initialised to generate hype and interest for our target audience.

https://greenroomsydney.wordpress.com/category/russell-noble/

https://greenroomsydney.wordpress.com/2015/06/03/envirobank-recycling-campaign/
Envirobank have created a recycling initiative, with a can recycling terminal and a rewards system for repeat recyclers. I spoke to Narelle Anderson, Envirobank’s founder and managing director, about initiative-based recycling campaigns.

https://greenroomsydney.wordpress.com/2015/06/01/councils-the-unheralded-advocates/
Opinion piece on why we should be recognising local council efforts to push sustainability in their areas.

https://greenroomsydney.wordpress.com/2015/05/31/leading-sustainability-charge-blacktown-penrith/
I spoke to Blacktown Council and Penrith Council’s Environment and Project Coordinators about the projects and fun activities enviro-concious citizens can do in their area.

https://greenroomsydney.wordpress.com/2015/05/30/sydneys-fresh-organic-alternatives/
We look at the alternatives to supermarket vegetables. I spoke to vendors at the Hornsby Organic Food Market about the advantages of organic produce.

https://greenroomsydney.wordpress.com/2015/05/29/water-saving-sydney/
With water tanks becoming more prevalent in Sydney, I spoke to Charles Agnew (Sydney Water Project Manager) about water saving figures, and Phil Smith (John Paul II Catholic College principal) about their use of water tanks on campus.

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