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Introduction to ShelterBox Disaster Relief

What would you do if you lost your home and everything it? ShelterBox is a disaster relief charity that believes no family should go without shelter following disaster.
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Patterns by Formidable Vegetable at Woodford

Charlie Mgee and the band at the Woodford Music Festival pumping out Patterns, a song paying attension to mother nature and the detailed direction her ‘patterns’ provide.
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The Making of Junkies 10

A light hearted insight to the photoshoot for the cover of Junkies #10. Watch Louisa West create photo magic as Junkies chats with Enga Coffee’s Steph & Malcom. The Enga Coffee empire began in PNG, now stretching across the ocean through generations to Australia. This family empire gives back to their community, providing jobs and life-saving medicine to the village people and neighboring communities.

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re:think issue 23

Simple Living Sustainable Style – store links • Dyeing with Nature’s Natural Beauty – learn how • Avoid Greenwashing – skill up on true eco-labels • Global Women tell their stories on The Red Dress • Homes Destroyed? Shelterbox – by earth, land or sea • Glamping Comes to You – luxe camping where you want it

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Ocean Lovers Festival

My Trashion show collection.”Beach Couture: A Haute Mess” at The Ocean Lovers Festival at Bondi Pavilion. Intro by Laura Wells, sponsored by Waverley Council’s Second Nature, My TOMRA Australia & Ocean Lovers Festival. Video: Peter Heap. Hair & MakeUp: Kerrie Jane Bailey & Natalie Biller. Tunes: Plastic State of Mind by Ben Zolno
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Trashion Show 2019

Beach Couture: A Haute Mess: Trashion show collection at The Ocean Lovers Festival at Bondi Pavilion.
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Hands Across the Sand from TRASHION by Marina DeBris

A fashionable plea by LA artist Marina DeBris to stop using single-use-plastics, clean up our beaches and waterways. Marina has been making art to question the amount of waste we create since 2008. In 2012 she joined forces with Art 4 All People and Project Save our Surf for a day of action “”Hands Across the Sand””.
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Trashion by Marina DeBris

TRASHion show for Ruckus Roots supporting East LA’s sustainable arts education programs. All outfits from washed up LA beach trash “Plastic State of Mind” music by Ben Zolno of New Message Media. Show produced by Christine Spehar & Jessie Anderson

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