The Third Fuse Project is proud to announce that Red Reflection is now available as an audiobook from our online shop and most online audiobook stores.
In his latest blog, ‘Respect nature in every decision,’ Third Fuse writer Phil McNamara pays homage to the Nature Conservation Society of South Australia (NCSSA) for their advocacy work over 60 years, providing a voice for nature in the state’s decision making.
During the months from July to the end of December 2023, Third Fuse will donate to NCSSA $5 from every audiobook and e-Book sale of Red Reflection and $10 from every online paperback sale.
Back in 2015, I wrote a poem called, ‘Men cry in cars’. It was about how we perceive the role of men in society and how men tend to hide their emotions. So, with Father’s Day approaching I thought it a good opportunity to write a blog about the role of fathers and grandfathers in how we cope with our two biggest global environmental crises (climate change and habitat loss) and how these crises might be causing our fathers and grandfathers to grieve during this significant time of global change.
At the Third Fuse we try to practice what we preach by incorporating sustainable living, art and a respect for nature into our everyday business lives.
Check out all our current initiatives…
On a recent Sunday in December, Third Fuse writer Phil McNamara competed in his first triathlon with Tri-4-The-Planet (a group getting active for their physical and mental health while getting active in climate advocacy).
There is lots of evidence that climate change is not only impacting on our environment but also a wide range of health outcomes, including our mental health. But there is also lots of evidence about the benefits of keeping active and exercising for people who care deeply about our environment.
During January and February, Third Fuse will donate $10 from every paperback sale of Red Reflection and $4 from every e-Book to Tri 4 The Planet.
Birdwatching is one of our most popular hobbies but it doesn’t necessarily translate that all birdwatchers have bird conservation attitudes or behaviours.
Bird conservation organisations, like Birds SA and Birdlife Australia, are so important because they support people to participate in the hobby they love while also supporting birdwatchers to understand the threats facing many bird species in Australia.
Photo: Black-faced Cuckoo-shrike (Coracina novaehollandiae) by Darcy Whittaker
Buy a copy of Red Reflection during the months of October and November and support Birds SA’s Conservation Fund ($10 from every paperback and $4 from every e-Book sale).
In his latest blog, ‘Habitat Restoration: as much about protecting ourselves’, Third Fuse writer Phil McNamara congratulates Trees For Life for 40 years engaging South Australians in the complex but vital task of habitat restoration – for the sake of biodiversity and for the sake of ourselves in preventing land degradation and lost productivity.
During the months of August and September 2021, Third Fuse will donate to Trees For Life $10 from every online paperback sale of Red Reflection and $4 from every e-Book sale. You can also donate direct to Trees For Life via their website: https://treesforlife.org.au/
In this blog, ‘Conservation jobs are real jobs’, Third Fuse writer Phil McNamara pays homage to Bush Heritage Australia and other conservation organisations that support paid staff and volunteers to care for our natural ecosystems. These organisations, their staff and volunteers are our modern day heroes.
During the months of June and July 2021, the Third Fuse will donate to Bush Heritage $10 from every online paperback sale of Red Reflection and $4 from every e-Book sale. You can also donate direct to Bush Heritage via their website: https://www.bushheritage.org.au/
Here at The Third Fuse Project we are super excited about the release of Red Reflection by Third Fuse writer Phil McNamara.
Keep an eye out for our regular blogs when we announce the community organisation we will be supporting with donations from sales over the next two months.
Apart from your usual running gear, all you need is a shopping bag – cotton rather than plastic because plastic can split – and a pair of gloves. I also use a GPS tracker on my mobile…