Science

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Crowded planet

When will Earth reach breaking point?
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Taking charge

They may seem small, but churning through batteries adds to toxic waste.
Wind farms

Green Power

Become an instant expert with this guide to green power.
Solar Panels

Ask G: Solar power

Is adding solar panels or switching to GreenPower better for the environm

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Rose Read, Recycling Manager

MobileMuster gets green tick

Government accreditation for Australia's mobile phone recycling program.
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Green investment grows & outperforms

The country's ethical investment sector shows dynamic growth this year.

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Desalination

Can turning salt water into fresh water solve the worldwide water crisis?
Wind farms

Green power

Become an instant expert with this guide to green power.
Tasmanian devil

Endangered species list

We've all heard about the endangered species list, but how do animals get

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No plastic a challenge

Plastic Free July hasn't been easy, but it has created habitual changes.
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Doing Plastic Free July

Our editor, Caitlin Howlett, takes on a big challenge – Plastic Free July

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    Ask G: Is Sodium Lauryl Sulphate really that bad?

    Sodium laureth sulphate and sodium lauryl ether sulfate - a bad rap?
    Flicking light switch

    Ask G: Turning lights on and off

    Does turning a light on and off use more energy than just leaving it on?
    Plastic rubbish

    Ask G: Are there biodegradable plastics?

    Green is not always black and white, and plastics are a case in point.