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Treat yourself and your friends to this tasty, healthy and sweet recipe from Loving Earth.
Are biofuels are a green saviour or red herring when it comes to oil alternatives?
We talk to climate scientist Dr Sarah Perkins about the links between the latest IPCC report, the carbon tax, and the current extreme bushfire emergencies.
Being an environmental activist can be a hard road to follow, especially when the financial interests of big business and the threat of arrest stand in your way. We spoke to five campaigners about what motivates them to take a stand.
With the aim of protecting their culture and providing an income for their children, a community of indigenous women in Arnhem land are sharing their basket-weaving skills.
Encouraging a greener and more conscientious next generation, schools around Australia – and the world – are increasingly stepping up the green ante.
What’s a person to do when they want something long-lasting, vegan, ethical and not made of synthetics to carry their personal goods in each day? Kelly Elkin goes on a personal crusade to find out.
The dairy industry is one that’s wrought with many issues both ethical and environmental. John Smith and his family are seeking to provide dairy that deals as best they can with those issues.
Many might warm to the idea of adopting a child instead of having their own in light of the rapidly increasing and ageing global population. But adoption is not quite so simple and children don’t stay young forever. We examine the place of adoption in today's society.
The properties of herbs and spices extend beyond their culinary purposes. Here we explore how some may benefit a range of common health ailments, straight from your backyard.