Science

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Standby power

Appliances can act as energy vampires, secretly sucking up extra power.
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Spinning a yarn

Cotton,a natural fabric is a wardrobe staple. But it also has a heavy foo
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Ask G: Paper bleaching

Are recycled paper manufacturers using harmful chemicals?
Canola

The biofuel debate

Biofuels have begun to look like a curse on the planet, not a saviour.

News

World's first erasable printer

World's first erasable toner printer

A new printer by Toshiba can allow paper to be reused up to five times.
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Green Lifestyle Awards – Olivia Newton-John in the Hall of Fame

The Green Lifestyle Awards recognises leaders such as Olivia Newton-John.

Instant Expert

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Assisted migration

Reminiscent of Noah's Ark, could this radical plan help save species?
Wind farms

Green power

Become an instant expert with this guide to green power.

E-Waste

What is E-waste, how big a problem is it, and what can you do about it?

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Blogs

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In praise of knowledge

The new editor, Caitlin Howlett, honours the sharing of knowledge.
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Month of highs and lows

Lesley Lopes reflects on the jam-packed few weeks we've had lately.
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Doing great things

New Editor Lesley talks about what to look forward to in her first issue.

    Ask G

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    Ask G: What to look for in a carbon offsetter

    There are a lot of choices when it comes to offsetting travel.
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    Ask G: What's the deal with sodium lauryl ether sulfate?

    Is SLES as bad as SLS? Is it natural?
    Biofuel

    Ask G: Are biofuels really carbon neutral?

    Biofuels exploit the fact that crops breathe in carbon dioxide.