Sustainability network launches directory
 Baw Baw News   By // 23:10, Sunday 22 February 2015

SUSTAINABILITY Gippsland has officially launched its new online business directory. 

First published in the 13 February edition of the Warragul & Baw Baw Citizen. Get your copy today from retailers across Baw Baw.


Gippsland residents are now able to locate people who deliver a range of sustainable services in the region using the website.

The directory allows Gippslanders to create listings, write reviews and support local, sustainable businesses.

Businesses listed in the directory are categorised under 13 different tags, which include Biodiversity, Sustainable Gardening and Renewable Energy.

Sustainability Gippsland is a not-for-profit partnership project which was formed by the Gippsland Climate Change Network and all six Gippsland shires.


The new online tool has been designed to engage and support individuals, community groups, local government, organisations and businesses to coordinate and promote activity in the sustainability sector.

Sustainability Gippsland is partially funded by the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning.

You can find the directory at

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One response to “Sustainability network launches directory”

  1. mememine69 says:

    How close to the point of no return will science take us before it really IS too late?
    After 34 years science now says it could be “too late” so what could science have said in the first place to have made us all “believe” that were actually doomed to the greenhouse gas ovens?

    *Prove any CO2 scientist ever said “not allowed” to say; “proven” even though it’s “too late” now.