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Nude food is a challenge, but I'm finding it satisfying to try - my most recent attempt was a Sunday spent at home.
Nuclear power is back on the political agenda, with companies like Rio Tinto pushing the Government to make a decision by 2020, and Resources Minister Martin Ferguson saying we shouldn't rule it out.
One of the ways you can get closer to the nude food ideal is to look at what reuseable items you've got around the house, ready and waiting to help you out on the days you're eating away from home.
If you've got a moment to spare, we've caught wind of a survey that wants to gauge your attitudes towards green marketing - and the company will offset 100 kg of carbon for everyone that takes part!
Reduce, reuse, recycle - if I can't avoid packaging, how will I dispose of it?
With 743,000 tonnes of drink containers in our landfill each year, you just know that the recycling message isn't getting through.
Carbon trading might create a whole lot of green jobs. But are they the kind of jobs we want? The carbon market is growing, but most of the jobs coming out of this appear to be in investment banks and accounting firms.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, we're told. It was certainly the most difficult for me, as I stood there sleepily trying to make a decision about packaging types.
The more you think about it, the more you realise how much we wrap things up in plastic and cardboard and glass. Obviously, some of it is necessary. I don't fancy trying to bring milk home without packaging! But then again, do my tomatoes really need a styrofoam tray and cling wrap?
Spending on public transport doesn't just help us tackle climate change, it also helps people in outer suburbs have better access to essential services, and is good for the economy too.