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Waste + Water Management Australia Magazine 12 Month Subscription from iSubscribe
Published since 1973, Waste + Water Management Australia (WWM) is widely read and respected throughout both the Australian and international waste, water and environmental management sectors. WWM covers all aspects of environmental management, including waste, recycling, green organics, water & wastewater, renewable energy, climate change and sustainable design. WWM magazine delivers the latest in local and international news and views, together with project features, technical papers, company profiles and product reviews – providing public and private sector industry professionals with targeted and relevant content. WWM also regularly incorporates major features on the latest Local, State and Federal Government projects and initiatives, including in-depth analyses and expert comment.
The Green Parent (UK) Magazine 12 Month Subscription from iSubscribe
The Green Parent magazine covers every stage of your family's life. From pregnancy to birth, education to nutrition, gorgeous eco fashion to health and beauty, every issue is packed with 116 pages of ideas and articles, bringing you an exciting, vibrant take on green living.What readers say about the magazine:'My children range from 14 years old down to six years old and there is so much information I can put into practice.' Joanne'I have finally found a magazine that reflects, inspires, supports and gives me strength and hope to raise our family in a loving and joyful way.' DawnSubscribe to The Green Parent magazine today for an excellent read and plenty of inspiring practical advice that you can use to make your family home a happier, healthier place.
Scientific American (USA) Magazine 12 Month Subscription from iSubscribe
Scientific American Magazine is abuzz with what science can promise and prove today and in the future. Review the vital role science discovery has in medicine, energy, technology, the environment and business.
National Geographic Kids Magazine 12 Month Subscription from iSubscribe
Did you know that there is now a great National Geographic magazine to inspire and inform all the explorers, archaeologists, scientists, artists and astronauts of the future? National Geographic Kids is an exciting monthly read for boys and girls that make learning fun. From wildlife to space, geography to the environment, it has all the incredible stories and dazzling images you’d expect from National Geographic packed into bite-sized chunks. National Geographic Kids is everything an inquisitive young mind needs. Let’s get children excited about their world! Give the children you love the gift of National Geographic Kids, the magazine that makes it fun to learn about our world! In each issue, you’ll find… · Fascinating fun facts about nature, science and culture · Incredible photography · Amazing stories from Australia and the rest of the world · Puzzles, competitions and things to make and do · Features that help with homework · Inspiring content aimed at both boys and girls – 91% of readers share the magazine with their parents There’s a whole world of reading, discovery and fun in the pages of National Geographic Kids, so subscribe today! This title best suits children aged between 6-14! Note: Does not come with the free gifts available on the newsstand copies.
Australian Geographic Magazine 12 Month Subscription from iSubscribe
HOW YOUR SUBSCRIPTION MAKES A DIFFERENCE: A portion of your subscription goes to the not-for-profit Australian Geographic Society. By subscribing you automatically become a member. As the journal for The Society, Australian Geographic supports Australian adventurers, conservation, scientific and environmental research and community projects across the nation. It helps amazing Australians realise their dreams and achieve the seemingly impossible. ANNUAL SUBSCRIBER BENEFITS: • Substantial savings off the retail price of the magazine (ensuring no price increase) • Convenience of free delivery to your home or office • 10% discount off all online product purchases on our website australiangeographic.com.au • 10% discount off products purchased in all Australian Geographic retail stores nationally* • Discounts on travel and accommodation through Australian Geographic partners * 10% discount off purchases in retail store excludes gift cards or vouchers, sale items, special order items, DJI brand products or magazine subscriptions. WHAT YOU WILL READ ABOUT IN EACH ISSUE: WILDLIFE AND NATURAL HISTORY Learn about Australia’s critters and the remarkable ways in which the landscape has both shaped them and been shaped by them. AUSTRALIAN DESTINATIONS From remote outback stations to mountain huts, sleepy seaside towns and tropical island paradises, Australian Geographic will take you on a tour of Australia that will both inspire and amaze you. ADVENTURE Your heart will race as Australian Geographic adventurers take you on adrenalin-fuelled journeys to the most remote, exhilarating and occasionally frightening pockets of the world. AUSTRALIAN COMMUNITIES AND HISTORY Uncover the many layers of Australia’s Indigenous and colonial past. Learn about the individuals and groups who are moulding our nation’s future.
Permaculture (UK) Magazine 12 Month Subscription from iSubscribe
Permaculture, practical solutions for self-reliance, has been in print since 1992. Every issue brings you the best ideas, advice and inspiration from people who are actually creating a better world. Permaculture's 88 full colour pages are packed with informative articles, readers' solutions, DIY designs, news, reviews, letters, classifieds and details of courses. it is also a hub for online as well as print media and a must have networking tool for all green and ethical businesses, social enterprises and projects.Each issue of Permaculture has over 100,00 readers, it features practical articles on organic gardening, sustainable agriculture, agro forestry, climate change, peak oil, eco villages, alternative technology, eco-architecture, personal and community development and much more. I love Permaculture magazine, it's a rare and beautiful publication which offers actual solutions and inspirations. You are a real breath of fresh air and I look forward to you being around for a long time. Corrina Gordon-Barnes. I think Permaculture is a wonderful publication, really appreciate that the photos are of real gardens, projects in startling contrast to virtually all publications addressing gardening, limited resources etc, here in the US, thank you! Vicky Burwell.
Wildlife Australia Magazine 12 Month Subscription from iSubscribe
WILDLIFE AUSTRALIA is Australia's longest-running nature magazine, first published in 1963 by the not-for-profit Wildlife Preservation Society of Qld. Featuring riveting articles by expert naturalists and researchers, and showcasing images by many of this continent's most skilled nature photographers, the magazine is also a vehicle for protecting Australia's threatened plants and animals. Each issue is a journey of discovery, promising fascinating facts on topics including animal senses, bizarre behaviours and defences, habitats, environmental philosophy, space and weather, climate change, conservation innovations, Australian history and Indigenous culture and heritage. Better still, all proceeds fund conservation and research efforts for species such as quolls, gliders and the platypus as well supporting advocacy for better protection of marine and terrestrial habitats. Every reader makes a difference, furthering our commitment to protecting Australia's amazing flora and fauna for generations to come. Subscribe today!
green Magazine 12 Month Subscription from iSubscribe
Australia's leading sustainable architecture and landscape design magazine for inspirational stories on local and international houses, gardens and profiles. Issue 64 (Nov-Dec) is on sale 5 Nov. Your subscription begins with issue 65 (Jan-Feb). The projects in thisvissue remind us that architecture is reciprocal; it gives back what one puts in. The care and consideration of architects and designers is rewarded in each and every project in our annual offices feature. Our cover house is a mid-century classic in Melbourne by Czech-born modernist architect Ernest Fooks and given a sensitive update by Preston Lane. Dear to the family who has called it home across three generations, this renovation was necessarily respectful and thrillingly bold. A similar reverence underscores One Room Tower in Brisbane’s West End, a home and model for sustainable urban densification that crystallises the local architectural vernacular. A virtuous collaboration, the tower was conceived by Phorm architecture + design and their clients, themselves academics in the field of architecture. Meanwhile in New Zealand, architect Ben Daly of Palace Electric lavished care on a railway cottage with his own two hands. A home set in a pocket of Sydney bushland by Porebski Architects communes with the landscape surrounding it. Design tells a story without words. Take, for example, the garden of this striking Sydney home, which references its form and enhances its structure while subtly nodding to the family’s heritage. Gardener and florist Sandy McKinley describes herself as “quite tenacious” – and her passion has proven fruitful in more ways than one. In addition to her own business, she advocates for sustainable floristry and supports local growers through Consortium Botanicus. Lastly, we are excited to share our editor’s recount of the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale in our travel feature.
Sanctuary: modern green homes Magazine 12 Month Subscription from iSubscribe
Sanctuary 45 is available now! Build Green, build beautiful. Australia's best magazine for people looking to build and renovate sustainably. Discover the latest stunning design ideas and cutting-edge green technology, the best eco-homeware buys, and tips and solutions to help you create your green dream home. Inside: A house for $100,000 – it's still possible, find out how. This Sanctuary is a bumper ‘experimental’ design issue, featuring eight incredible dwellings that really push the building envelope. Plus we explore if Passive House is the ‘next big thing', explain how to use your solar PV for summer cooling and get rainwater right for your site. WIN! Subscribe or re-subscribe to Sanctuary by 5pm (AEST) on 18 April 2019 to go in the draw to win a Stiebel Eltron hot water heat pump worth up to $5500! Perfect for anyone who wants to lower their bills, store their solar energy or get off gas! Prize terms and conditions here: http://renew.org.au/prize
Renew: Technology for a Sustainable Future Magazine 12 Month Subscription from iSubscribe
Issue 146 January – March 2019 is out now! Summer issue – DIY issue, cooling buyers guide, how solar can work on a shaded roof Issue 146 is our DIY and sustainable cooling special. We’ve got 8 useful DIY projects: from the beauty of visible mending that helps avoid textile waste, to getting waterwise with a no-dig garden bed, through to improving home efficiency by insulating a garage door. Our first-ever cooling buyers guide gives you all the info you need on effective shading, ventilation, fans and efficient air conditioning for both renters and homeowners. Plus we look inside the inspiring Desert Rose cooling-optimised home, present electric scooter options, explain the issues with solar and voltage rise, look at how solar can work on a shady roof, bust myths about renewable energy, present the findings and implications from the latest IPCC report – and much more! Subscribe to Renew magazine by 5pm (AEST) on 18 April 2019 to go in the draw to win a Stiebel Eltron hot water heat pump worth up to $5500! Perfect for anyone who wants to lower their bills, store their solar energy or get off gas! Prize terms and conditions here: http://renew.org.au/prize.
Australian Wildlife Magazine 12 Month Subscription from iSubscribe
“Australian Wildlife” is the quarterly magazine of the Wildlife Preservation Society of Australia who are an independent, voluntary, non-profit organisation, formed in 1909, and is committed to the preservation of Australia‚s precious wildlife. WPSA act as a watchdog and provide advice to government agencies and institutions regarding environmental and conservation issues concerning all aspects of wildlife preservation. The mission is to conservation Australia‚s wildlife through education and involvement of the community.