To celebrate National Biodiversity Month we share Australia’s recently voted “favourite tree” – the iconic River Red Gum, Eucalyptus camaldulensis.
This book has the carbon footprint of everything you could think of, from the carbon emissions of a google search to the carbon emissions of a volcano. This book by Mike Berners-Lee, is a fascinating, easy to digest and enjoyable guide that will help you to understand the carbon impact of modern life and how we can reduce our carbon footprint.
Our projects provide a unique opportunity to revive our rural landscapes, recreating natural habitats, and protecting the unique biodiversity of our native species, whilst also sequestering carbon. The Avon river catchment contains many of Western Australia’s threatened plants and birds. The area supports plants such as Grevilleas, Hakeas, Eucalypts, and Acacia.