Start your Zero waste lifestyle the easy way!

I’m just part of the team really 😋 says Amanda Welschbillig the Manager of the Wasteless Pantry Mundaring branch. In reality – she is the sunny and friendly face you see when you walk into the Mundaring store. Wasteless Pantry retails bulk groceries and whole foods, dry and liquid.  

This includes gluten free, dairy free, vegan, organic foods, personal hygiene and cleaning products. Also offered are a range of eco-friendly reusable containers, produce bags and other products that support the zero-waste ideal… read more

ACF Darling Range Community Group

This group recently started up with a meet and greet at Mojos Café in Mundaring. Fourteen environmental enthusiasts attended to find out more and how they can contribute.  

The group plans to work with other community groups which share similar goals of achieving positive environmental outcomes by sharing resources and working collaboratively on joint initiatives… read more

Agents of Climate change program grows

Following the success of the Mundaring Agent’s of Climate Change event in March 2023, the Millennium Kids  team have developed a leadership program aimed at training more youth facilitators. Learnings from the Mundaring event have enabled Millennium Kids to develop a multi-day program that has successfully attracted funding from RAC…read more…

#Go Beyond Gas   

Gas is fuelling the climate crisis more than any other industry in WA. Despite overwhelming evidence to support reducing emissions – and quickly -WA is rapidly expanding its most polluting industry.

This is at odds with WA’s net-zero by 2050 target. CCWA recently launched the #Go Beyond Gas campaign – a community movement of groups and individuals in Western Australia working together to solve WA’s biggest contribution to the climate crisis…read more

Middle Arm Precinct and Beetaloo Basin Shale-Fracking gas field

There’s going to be a Senate enquiry into the Middle Arm Precinct plan for a gas, petrochemical, mineral and other energy export hub in Darwin Harbour. PHCCIG calling for the government to fast track the reform of the Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act (EPBC), so that: carbon bombs such as the Beetaloo Basin Shale-Fracking gas field be properly dealt with by federal law; that subsidisation of the fossil fuel industry stops altogether, and… read more….

From the Committee  

Australia’s, and indeed the world’s, greenhouse gas emissions are not going down at anything like the rate that’s needed for a safe climate.  

All levels of government need to act now – and respond to the seriousness of our climate emergency.   In the light of this deeply fearful situation, the actions of community groups can make a big difference. Please join us.

Click here to read about what PHCCIG has been up to since July 2023 and our invitation to the AGM.

What’s on

Read here to find out more about the

  • Climate Changers Movie
  • ACF No More Fossil Fuel Subsidies Campaign
  • The Choice Petition for fair and affordable insurance
  • Upcoming talk about prescribed burning, hosted by the Darling Range Wildflower Society, and the
  • Kalamunda Waste Education Pop Up, the Six Seasons Newsletter, and the Thinking Green program and film night.