12 06, 2019

Sustainable Fashion in India

By | 2019-06-13T10:48:23+00:00 June 12th, 2019|CERES Global, India|0 Comments

by Saffron Scott  CERES Global intern Australia is the second largest consumer of new textiles in the world. This mass consumption contributes to 500,000 tonnes of discarded clothing making its way into landfill every year. Most of the clothing that’s being discarded is made of synthetic and petroleum-based materials, meaning they will take thousands of [...]

28 11, 2018

Exploring Permaculture in Timor Leste June 2018

By | 2018-11-28T12:40:46+00:00 November 28th, 2018|CERES Global, Timor Leste|0 Comments

by Jane Burns, CERES Education Outreach Area Manager I recently had the opportunity to facilitate a trip to Timor-Leste (East Timor) with CERES Global Education to learn about how this country is using permaculture to make social and environmental change. Travelling to this rarely explored closest neighbour of ours, we explored [...]

18 07, 2018

From Bali to Lombok & Gili Trawangan – The Plastic Waste Reality: Part 3

By | 2018-07-18T01:12:48+00:00 July 18th, 2018|CERES Global, Indonesia|0 Comments

This blog was written by Emily Ressia,  a recent participant on our Indonesia Living Oceans Trip.  Gili Sulat and Sugian Village The final leg of our trip was spent on a tiny island off the coast of  Sugian Village, a small community located on the north east coast of Lombok. The Island, Gili Sulat, [...]

23 10, 2017

Encountering Traditional Knowledge

By | 2017-10-23T14:02:24+00:00 October 23rd, 2017|CERES Global, Chile|0 Comments

The following poem was written by Naomi Van Boxtel whilst in Chile, 2017. All content created, and all images taken were by Naomi whilst on tour with CERES Global, for more of her work click here.   "I left with the direction to 'expand my awareness of the struggles facing Indigenous people in modern societies' [...]

4 10, 2016

A bumpy road through beautiful teak forests

By | 2018-02-16T13:37:05+00:00 October 4th, 2016|CERES Global, India|0 Comments

This post was written by John Burne, originally posted on our Jamnya Housing project blog after visiting in March 2016 A bumpy road through beautiful teak forests. Arrived to a warm welcome and immediately saw the brick making machine. It was a focal point with lots of willing helpers, on-lookers and diligent workers. It seemed [...]