Smog. We know it sounds dirty and grey and dismal, but we’re not. We’re about recognising that grey areas exist in different facets of our city and surrounding environment – whether natural or built.
We’re different from other environmental publications because we don’t try and get you to buy electric cars and install solar panels. Instead, we say it how it is and hope to let you form your own opinion by producing radio, text and video pieces in a balanced, accurate and engaging manner (if we might say so ourselves).
We scour Sydney for interesting, compelling and colourful stories. If you like what we do, give us a virtual high-five by liking our Facebook page and following us on Twitter so we can keep you updated on all the goings-on.
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Brought to you by an editorial team of nine journalists from the University of Technology, Sydney.