Category Archives: Climate Change

You Can Positively Change Your Personal Field Environment

Did you know our thoughts, attitudes and emotions emit energetic fields, creating field environments that affect our perspective, relationships and others’ environments? This is where we begin in Module 2 of the Leadership Challenge. Using positive mental exercises can dramatically … Continue reading

Plastic Not Fantastic

New initiative to significantly reduce the environmental impact of festivals.  Australia is fast becoming known for its big festivals, which is great for event-goers and the economy, yet devastating in terms of an ecological footprint. These fun and mass attended … Continue reading

Natural Refrigerants – The New Cool. So, what are they?

          Natural Refrigerants In the 1970s, scientists discovered the dangerous impact Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) have in the Earth’s atmosphere. CFCs were used as foam blowing agents, refrigerants and solvents. It was found that they destroy the ozone … Continue reading

A Chilled – Climate Change

PLANET EARTH is a complex and dynamic system always trying to balance itself and reach equilibrium. However, various factors tend to disrupt natural processes and throw them out of sync. These factors can include natural variability consisting of El Nino … Continue reading

Intelligent Driving & Fuel Saving Tips

At Chill we believe that driving should be an intelligent activity. The best drivers have a number of positive qualities, but above all it is their intelligent approach to the driving task which separates them from the ordinary driver. This … Continue reading

Chill’s bold new platform. Planet Chill.

To ‘boldly’ go where no one has gone before…. The famous Star Trek line “…to boldly go where no man has gone before” is thought to have been inspired by a passage in a pamphlet issued by the White House … Continue reading

Carbon Pricing Bill – Wake Up Call

The Bill Has Passed. When your children and your community’s children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren ask you “Where were you when all this happened? What were you doing? What were you thinking of? and most importantly What did you do about … Continue reading