The Virtuous Circle of Sustainability & Community — Interview with Jenni Huber

We are joined on this addition of the Politics Albury-Wodonga podcast by Jenni Humber, who was a key member of Wodonga’s victorious entry in the Origin Energy Sustainability Drive competition.  In addition to her neighbourhood sustainability activitivies, Jenni teaches Foundation Studies at Wodonga TAFE and is a member of Friends of Willow Park.

Twenty households in Jenni’s street – Central Place, Wodonga – put together an outstanding entry in the competition showcasing not only their sustainability credentials, but also the sense of connection and community that can come from consciously living lightly (see Central Place’s winning video entry below).

In this interview, Jenni talks with Politics Albury-Wodonga’s Ben Habib about the Sustainability Drive competition, the sustainability-inspired modifications that Jenni and her husband Wolfgang have made to their home, the reasoning behind her enthusiasm for renewable energy, as well as the the community-building aspect of sustainable living.

DOWNLOAD: The Virtuous Circle of Sustainability & Community — Interview with Jenni Huber.mp3


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