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The end of the world as we know it
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Welcome to Greenlivingpedia, a free resource for sharing information on green living, now and for the future. This is a wiki, so you can create and edit content to share information and collaborate with others on how we can lighten our footprint on the planet and live in harmony with nature and our environment. You can also publish original information in a protected article if you wish. Our goal is to provide an information resource that you can use and contribute to across a broad range of green living and community action topics. Articles about your project, your group and local community actions are welcome.

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785,000+ people attended 2300+ Peoples Climate Change events in 175+ countries in November 2015 just prior to the COP21 conference. Over 60,000 people attended the Peoples Climate Marches November 2015‎ in Melbourne
Over 30,000 people attended the Peoples Climate March September 2014 in Melbourne
Over 500 people attended a rally demanding the closure of the Alcoa Anglesea brown coal mine and power station
Top 10 countries for solar PV capacity in 2012
The West Antarctic ice sheet is collapsing due to global warming, three studies have concluded. Sea levels predicted to rise 3m in 100 years.
Australia experienced an extreme heatwave during January 2014 with maximum temperatures in excess of 40C were experienced on 4 successive days.
The Solana solar power plant was commissioned in October 2013. The plant in Arizona features arrays of solar mirrors and energy storage using hot salt.
The summer of 2012-2013 was the hottest summer in Australian history. January 2013 was the hottest month. January 7 2013 was the hottest day.
Australia's solar era dawns with over 1.5 million rooftop power stations - equivalent to three medium sized coal-fired power plants.


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Surrey Hills house.
Surrey Hills house.
CH2 building
CH2 building
Goongerah house
Goongerah house
Brunswick West house
Brunswick West house
Kancoona house
Kancoona house
Knoxfield house
Knoxfield house
Moonee Ponds house
Moonee Ponds house
St Kilda Ecohouse
St Kilda Ecohouse
Swinburne National Centre for Sustainability
Swinburne National Centre for Sustainability
Green building checklist
Green building checklist


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Featured articles - community action, environment, water and energy

2014 Peoples Climate
2014 Peoples Climate
2014 Close Anglesea coal mine
2014 Close Anglesea coal mine
2011 Carbon price rally
2011 Carbon price rally
Tropical cyclone Yasi
Tropical cyclone Yasi
2009 Victorian bushfires
2009 Victorian bushfires
2011-2015 Victorian government scorecard
2011-2015 Victorian government scorecard
Orange stormwater harvesting
Orange stormwater harvesting
Samsø renewable energy
Samsø renewable energy
Freiburg sustainable transport
Freiburg sustainable transport
North South pipeline
North South pipeline
Victorian desalination plant
Victorian desalination plant
Stop logging Melbourne water catchments
Stop logging Melbourne water catchments
Melbourne water usage
Melbourne water usage
Swimming pools
Swimming pools
Save Brown Mountain forest
Save Brown Mountain forest
2008 Walk Against Warming
2008 Walk Against Warming
Geothermal energy in Australia
Geothermal energy in Australia
CERES electric car
CERES electric car
350.org
350.org
Australian climate action groups
Australian climate action groups
Donald solar power
Donald solar power
2009 Climate Emergency Rally
2009 Climate Emergency Rally
Human sign in Melbourne, May 2009
Human sign in Melbourne, May 2009
Kubuntu Linux
Kubuntu Linux
2009 Walk Against Warming
2009 Walk Against Warming
Melbourne eastern cycle route
Melbourne eastern cycle route


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