Sustainable Living Masterclass

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What is the future for sustainable housing and how do we make it accessible?

Cambridge Library is hosting a Sustainable Living Masterclass on Saturday 17 August in the lead up to Sustainable House Day in September. 

Find out how more about living and building sustainably at this free session run in conjunction with the WA Brand of RENEW, Leading in sustainability. 

Sustainable House Day is a national event that gives people a privileged view into exceptional homes designed, built or renovated with energy efficiency and environmental living in mind and allows them to speak to and learn from homeowners. Held since 2001, the event is run by Renew, Australia’s leading not-for-profit organisation promoting sustainable living. All homes participating in Sustainable House Day must have a minimum of four sustainability features. A sustainable feature can be anything related to sustainable lifestyles, energy saving and healthy home practices. Homes are subject to a final approval process by the event’s organising committee.

Tiny living, solar with battery storage, sustainable gardens, recycled materials and innovative energy efficient design are just some of the features in homes that have opened on the day in previous years. In 2019, about 250 houses will be open across Australia on Sustainable House Day with more than 35,000 people expected to attend.

Sustainable Living Masterclass

When: Saturday 17 August 2019

Time: 2.00 pm to 4.00 pm

Where: Cambridge Library, 99 The Boulevard, Floreat

Cost of entry: Free

Register: library@cambridge.wa.gov.au or 9383 8999

 

When

  • Saturday, 17 August 2019 | 02:00 PM - 04:00 PM

Location

Cambridge Library, 99 The Boulevard, Floreat 6014  View Map

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