Welcome to BREAZE
Ballarat Renewable Energy And Zero Emissions - Based in Ballarat, Victoria.
BREAZE is a locally formed group of energetic, forward thinking people who believe that there are more sustainable ways of living on our patch of the planet. If you are concerned about climate change and want to actively reduce greenhouse emissions in and around Ballarat, then JOIN US! Get involved, contribute ideas, show your support. Together, we can make a difference.
- Category: Community Engagement and Education
- Last Updated: 12 September 2014
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Calling all BREAZE members, their families, friends, colleagues and the wider Ballarat community:
Stand Up on Sunday 21 September for Action on Climate Change.
Late September is going to be remarkable. Heads of state are going to New York City for an historic summit on climate change led by Ban Ki Moon, the Secretary General of the United Nations. Around the world, people are also going to make history by coming together on September 21 to tell those heads of state we want ACTION NOT WORDS. BREAZE has decided to join the march organised for Melbourne. This march will be significant because it will be one of the first to occur on Sunday the 21st due to Australia's position relative to the international date line. It needs to be have BIG numbers.
BREAZE's plan is as follows:
- Category: Sustainable House Day
- Last Updated: 12 September 2014
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Ballarat Area - Sunday 14th September
Nine houses around Ballarat are opening their doors to you on Sunday September 14 (only) as part of the national Sustainable House Day. All homes will be open between 10am - 4pm (except 1210 Winter street which is open from 10am - 12pm).
Information will also be available from our Smart Living Center – 14 Lydiard St North, Ballarat.
- Category: Lake Wendouree Smart Living Market
- Last Updated: 27 August 2014
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~ Stallholders Sought ~
Breaze Inc is inviting interested stallholders to participate in our Smart Living market to be held the 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month, commencing 13 September 2014
The Smart Living market charter is:
To provide a genuine farmers market experience for visitors and residents that strengthens opportunities for local growers and producers, and provides customers with access to quality, nutritional and healthy products in a relaxed and fun environment.
The market is for farmers and producers of quality fresh regional produce. Self propagated plants, seeds, small livestock, fertilisers, stockfeed, flowers, fibres, personal care items and other value added products made from regionally grown primary produce are also eligible.
~ We are very pleased to announce ~
BREAZE has been successful in our application to run the Lake Wendouree Smart Living Market!
We are now busy preparing for our first market day which will be on Saturday 13 September 2014.
The market will operate from 9am to 1pm. The key features of our market will be a range of stallholders vending:
- Locally grown fresh fruit, vegetable, cut flowers and herbs
- Locally grown plants and seeds
- Locally produced fresh foods and preserves
- Items for home gardens, produce storage and preserving.
- Items for homes, gardens and personal use made from recycled products.
- Displays and information that relate to our sustainability themes.
- Category: News
- Last Updated: 14 August 2014
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As part of the ‘Breathing Life Back into the Yarrowee’ project, the Leigh Catchment Network invite you to take part in this voluntary survey. This ongoing project has recently been awarded funds from Victoria’s Coalition Government to undertake further restoration works on Ballarat’s Yarrowee River. The purpose of the survey is to evaluate the communities attitude, expectations and involvement with the Yarrowee River, to assist with future management decisions and monitor the success fo the project.
The following questionnaire will only require approximately five minutes to complete. Copies of the survey will be provided to the City of Ballarat, Corangamite Catchment Management Authority and Ballarat Environment Network. Please answer all questions as honestly as possible.
The survey can be completed by visiting the Leigh Catchment Group website: www.leighcatchmentgroup.org. You will find it under the 'Home' tab. Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey on the Yarrowee River corridor.
If you require additional information or have questions, please contact Kate Constance Yarrowee River Project Officer on 0409 585 998.