Sustainable House Day Annual Pass
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Purchase our first ever Annual Pass to support Renew to continue providing credible, independent work to inspire, enable and advocate for Australians to live sustainably in their homes and communities. Through this pass you will gain access to over 30 informative events spanning early October 2022 to September 2023.
Our events include:
Green Rebuild Toolkit: Retrofitting for Resilience.
Event Series in November 2022. This will consist of 4 online events, expanding on our work in bushfire resilient design, focusing on retrofitting for climate resilience.
Event Series in December 2022. This will consist of 4 online events, covering topic areas such as energy efficiency, small space gardening, and advice for tenants and landlords regarding government rebates for solar and heating etc.
Sustainable House Day
Single day event on 19th March 2023. SHD will include open homes, tours, and community partner events around the country, covering in person and online offerings around the country.
Sustainable House Day Expert Sessions
• First steps: Planning, permits and practical solution - 21st Mar
• Finding your team: Sustainable builders, architects and designers - March 23rd
• Embedded carbon considerations: Choosing the right building materials - March 28th
• Glazing: How to select the right window - March 30th
• Warm enough, cool enough: The principles of passive solar design - April 4th
• Comfortable and affordable: Making the most of insulation and energy efficiency - April 6th
• Going all-electric: A how-to guide - April 11th
• Getting solar right: Choosing the right system for your home - April 13th
- You will receive the link to attend the each session the day before the scheduled date.
- Our webinars will take place on Zoom. If you need to download Zoom, you can do so here.
- Full Members are able to register for free or discounted individual events via their respective humanitix page.
- Sustainable House Day is a national event by Renew, a non-profit organisation. Renew recognises that this event that takes place on the stolen lands of many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.