You would think sustainable ecotourism practices would be the norm in Western Australia’s pristine Margaret River region. The south-west is a hub of biodiversity and unique landscapes, all of which …
At Sustainability Cubed we encourage you to make thoughtful purchases by considering what you really need, what your budget allows and the impact your purchases have on the environment and society. We suggest supporting local, low impact companies that focus on quality rather than quantity. Read our reviews, recommendations and guides to find sustainable products and services near you.
Zero Waste is a growing movement that encourages eliminating or reducing waste that would otherwise go to landfill. We support the idea that the most sustainable thing you can do is stop purchasing non-essential items, instead reusing, repairing, recycling and upcycling what you have. When you do make a purchase, consider the waste that may be created in the production and delivery process, the packaging, supply chain and the impact your purchase has on the environment.
Shopping at farmers' markets isn't only the best way to get fresh organic food, you're also supporting local farmers, producers and artisans as well as the local community. In this section, you can find farmers markets, growers markets and sustainable living markets. We also occasionally list supermarkets and small businesses like delicatessens.
Being sustainable doesn't mean you never have to travel. Our articles on responsible travel show how it can be done in an ethical, low impact way. Our travel tips encourage mindful travel choices which help move towards sustainable tourism. We promote slow travel and no-fly travel to reduce carbon emissions. We guide you on where to find small tourism businesses who employ locals and help you find hotels which implement sustainability best practices.