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With electric cars predicted to make up 10 per cent of Australian car sales by 2020, Natalie Bassingthwaighte tells G why she wanted to be one of the first to own and drive the first 100 per cent electric Nissan.
Here’s our green guide to what to look out for when you shop in supermarkets, following on from our look inside our supermarket chains and whether they’re making any green efforts in the June/July '12 issue of G magazine.
This year, 2012, is Year of the Farmer. A time to pay overdue recognition to our nation’s hardest workers. Our farmers overcome increasing adversities including climate, labour, urban sprawl, and long, hard hours, as they grow food and materials for our nation. We caught up with farmers and their families from six very different farms across Australia, all with one thing in common – they believe in the power of farming sustainably and with our future in mind.
It comes in a can and tastes good on sandwiches, right? But we look into why the fishing and sale of tuna is more sinister than it seems on the shelves.
Escape the mayhem of Marrakech and be rewarded with the Escape the mayhem of Marrakech and be rewarded with the slow-paced organic village lifestyle of the mountains.
Our mother's have given us so much – their time, patience, valuable lessons and love. Actions speak louder than words, so express how well she's raised you by sharing a Mother's Day gift that shows you really care.
No matter what you do above ground for your vegie patch, it’ll always be what’s going on in the soil below that matters most.
Brendan Moar explains why you should get involved in the Garage Sale Trail, and offers his top tips for this Saturday.
We’ve become quite the champs at home recycling, but when it comes to recycling and reusing your actual home and other materials, where to start?
With farmland in proximity to cities becoming a real rarity, a group of young urban farmers took to a New York rooftop, to create a flourishing sky-high field for food.