Thinking global and acting local, Julie Grundy takes on any challenge we throw at her.
You're probably turned your lights out for Earth Hour before - but this year they're asking us to go beyond the hour. Who's inspired you to live more sustainably? Maybe you should nominate them for an Earth Hour award.
Did you know that beer is the world’s most widely consumed and oldest alcoholic beverage? I guess I’m not alone in enjoying a frosty cold beer after a long day! It's got an eco-impact though, so here's what I did about it.
This summer I’ve replanted three sections of my garden with native plants - they're pretty, low-maintenance, attract birds and don't use much water. What's not to love?
Did you know you can use the behavioural change toolkit from the Jan/Feb issue of G magazine to do our G Challenges? It's a great way to practice new habits.
I’m looking for more sources of eco-friendly clothes so that when I need to replace my current items I can do it in a way that helps the environment. Eventually I won’t even have to think about whether I’m doing the right thing, it will just happen no matter what I pick from my wardrobe.
If you've got favourite clothes you couldn't bear to part with, learning to repair them means you can keep them for longer. It's easy once you know how...
Swapping your unused clothes with friends saves you money and reduces waste. If you plan right you can turn it into a little party - read more to find out how.
Making your clothes eco-friendly doesn't end with what you buy. We can save a lot of energy and water in how we care for them - here's a few tips for you to try.
I love to spend a day browsing the op-shops near me. There’s so much variety, I’m always surprised by what I find. But there’s a bit of a knack to finding what you want in among the racks of things that aren’t your style at all.
If you've never looked into buying eco-friendly clothes before, you might be surprised at how much is available when you start looking. Here's where to start your search...