Much of this Divercity celebrates community efforts to bring sustainable ideas into their everyday routine. It’s simple but inspiring stuff.
The youngest citizens are learning about the basics like composting and growing vegetables in the childcare centres. Young wildlife enthusiasts and Elwood residents are backing a clever plan to boost wetlands around Elster Creek to reduce flooding while boosting the environment. School mums and dads are happily washing dishes at school events to reduce litter.
While at the South Melbourne Market shellfish waste is being diverting to a unique program to build new mussel reefs in out Bay.
There’s also many local events in sustainability, the arts and community. Indeed, there’s no time to waste – get into your Divercity.