Opportunity knocks in climate challenge

Castlemaine's Jem Freeman and Laura Woodward of Like Butter with their young son in their fully solar-powered furniture-manufacturing factory. Laura and Jem will be attending the upcoming Business of Climate Change event. Photo: Eve Lamb

Eve Lamb

A special event coming up in Castlemaine aims to fully inform local businesses about new opportunities, incentives and funding schemes available to help them cut emissions, save on power bills … and flourish.
The Business of Climate Change mini expo is happening Monday evening June 7 at The Goods Shed.
Coordinator, local business operator Jacqueline Brodie-Hanns says that for anyone in business it’s an opportunity not to be missed.
Local businesses like Castlemaine furniture manufacturer, Like Butter, provide case study examples of the sorts of things businesses can do to drop their emissions and grow at the same time. Read more in the Mail of 28.05.21…

Eve Lamb
Journalist and photographer Eve Lamb has a Bachelor of Arts (Journalism) degree from Deakin University and a Master of Arts (Professional Writing) from Deakin University. She has worked for many regional newspapers including the Hamilton Spectator and the Warrnambool Standard, and has also worked for metro daily, The Hobart Mercury, and The Sunday Tasmanian. Eve has also contributed to various magazines including Australian Cyclist.