Journalist and broadcaster Kulja Coulston has been appointed managing editor of quarterly magazine Sanctuary, published by the Alternative Technology Association.
Ms Coulston is a former ReNew editor and an advocate for independent media and consumer issues. She is also a long-time producer and broadcaster, and has for the past seven years presented a weekly current affairs program on Triple R FM in Melbourne that incorporates extensive coverage of social enterprises, city planning and infrastructure issues.
“It’s a significant time to be focused on the built environment, especially as we deal with issues of affordability and density,” she said. “Sanctuary is a magazine filled with beautiful sustainable homes, but it’s also rich with information and stories about how we can build better cities and neighbourhoods.
“It’s a rare privilege to work with an independent, member-based organisation. In an era where it’s hard to pick an advertisement from an article in many magazines, the ATA is committed to quality journalism and independent product reviews. It’s the real deal.”