Take a peek at our new co-working habitat!

Take a peek at our new co-working habitat!

Ecocreative are becoming part of the co-working community with an exciting move to Hub Adelaide!
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Going bananas about food waste

Going bananas about food waste

There’s little debate that we’re wasting more food than is good for us or the planet. But what can we do about it? Political, academic and social leaders, Oz Harvest and the United Nations Environment Programme came together in a healthy discussion about what’s wrong – and what ...
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There’s something wrong with U!

There’s something wrong with U!

From everything I learnt about human nature in my teenage babysitting days, one experience really stuck with me.
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Visualising climate change

Visualising climate change

Climate change is humankind's biggest challenge and it presents the world's most compelling brief for communicators wanting to inspire action. The immense scale, timelines and science's rational allowance for 'uncertainty' in climate change models don't make the job any easier.
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Helping interpretation translate

Helping interpretation translate

We've done a lot of work for clients in a specialist realm known as interpretation. For those of you who aren't involved in what this is, it is not about translating from Korean to English, or Ikea to Instruction. It's about making technical or complex subjects engaging, or even fun, for people who are visiting a certain place (often a gallery or walking trail, though it could also be online or in any other real or virtual place).
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Bringing parklands into our streets

Bringing parklands into our streets

Australia is one of the most car-dependent nations on Earth. And Adelaide is one of the flourishing outposts of the PARK(ing) Day movement, helping convert car parks into people places.
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White, light and hard (to recycle)

White, light and hard (to recycle)

You’ll read a lot about recycling when exploring themes with our work or checking the small print on what we produce, though we’d like to consider state of one of the greatly neglected recyclable materials: expanded polystyrene (or EPS). EPS is that bulky, bright white, super-light plastic packaging foam that helps keep our drinks on ice and our new appliances from harm.
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