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While many people choose not to eat meat, for those who do, it may be time to switch to a much greener option – eating insects.
Our intern Brendon describes his surprisingly pleasant experience of eating insects. We promise he volunteered to eat bugs, we didn't force him to!
Without taking the shine off your adventures, there are ways to lighten your footprint and ensure your travel life is as green as your everyday life.
You'll be surprised at how much rubbish you could divert from landfill by recycling soft plastic refuse.
It's the time of year when heating bills for many households will take a leap into the stratosphere. Learn how to minimise your winter heating costs, and maintain your comfort, with these three no-cost behaviour changes that will instantly save you energy and money.
Purchasing credits to offset greenhouse gases can be either a really good idea, or a really bad one. The trick is to separate the greenwash from the real deal.
Simple breakfast recipes from the gorgeous new My Petite Kitchen Cookbook, by Eleanor Ozich.
The Thoughtful Eater shares a seasonal recipe for your fresh winter produce, using zucchini, broccoli and kale.
Sugar isn’t as sweet as it seems. We explore alternative sweeteners to find the best alternatives that really do help the medicine go down.
Lee Holmes from Supercharged Food shares some tasty healthy recipes using stevia as a sweetener instead of refined white sugar, which is addictive and has a high eco-impact.