Our Footprint

Protecting our beautiful Northern Territory now and for future generations should be a priority for all of us

Clean Living in the Tropics recognises that businesses can have a negative impact on the environment. We are committed to implementing and improving the ways in which we reduce our Footprint and the impact of our work on the environment – when we’re in the office, working from our desks and when we’re roaming free.

Our concern for the environment and promoting a broader sustainability agenda are integral to our professional activities. We aim to follow and promote good sustainability practice, to reduce the environmental impacts of all our activities and to help our networks do the same.

Clean Living in the Tropics’ Sustainability Policy

We based our policy on the following principles:

Travel and Meetings

It is our policy to:

Recycling and Re-Using

It is our policy to:

Reducing Consumption

It is our policy to:

Green Purchasing

It is our policy to:

Clean Living in the Tropics proudly sponsors and supports Malak Marketplace – the first organic farmers’ market in Darwin co-founded by Lina (Joint Director of Clean Living in the Tropics). Opening Night (shown here) is attended by NT’s Chief Minister Michael Gunner, Ngaree Ah Kit MLA for Karama and Stephanie Kendall (Joint Director, Clean Living in the Tropics)

Spreading the Word

It is our policy to:

We encourage you to develop a Sustainability Policy for your business. You are welcome to use our policy as a template or a starting point. We found the following resources helpful to our discussion and agreement.

* refer to our disclaimer about third parties