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Greenroom Sydney

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Greenroom Sydney (GR) is a culmination of hard work, planning and specialist reporting with fellow University of Technology Sydney journalism students as part of our Media Hub capstone project.

GR focused on bringing enviro-conscious Sydneysiders together, and producing stories relevant to our niche audience. The publication was launched on the 22nd of May, after a month-long social media campaign was initialised to generate hype and interest for our target audience.

The publication can be found here: https://greenroomsydney.wordpress.com/

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Below is a list of stories and content produced for Greenroom Sydney

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Envirobank’s Reverse Vending Recycling Campaign

An interview with Narelle Anderson, the founder and managing director of Envirobank. Envirobank sought to incentivise recycling programs, and preempted the NSW Government’s TOMRA program.


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Opinion Piece: Local Councils Efforts to Improve and Promote Sustainable Living

In the discussion of sustainable living, councils are often overlooked. I wrote about the work they do in the background, backed up by council greenery officials.


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Local Councils Leading the Charge for Sustainability

In an audio news piece, I spoke to Blacktown’s Dave Towns and Penrith’s Andrew Hewson and asked what they were doing to preserve the state of nature in their respective areas.


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Sydney’s Pop-Up Organic Farmers Markets

With the increasing popularity of organic foodstuffs, I produced a video story looking at a number of farmers markets, and how they’re contributing to sustainable living.


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Sydney Water Saving

In this video story, I investigated the water usage of Sydneysiders and discover that we’re saving water since experiencing one of the worst droughts on record. I visited St. John Paul II Catholic College, an agricultural high school in Sydney’s North West, and asked about how they utilise recycled water.