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Cheaper loans for green homes

Thursday, 2 April 2009

Fancy a greener home? With a 'green' loan from an environment-friendly bank, taking out a mortgage on one could be significantly cheaper.

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Ethical Investment 101

Monday, 30 March 2009

With environmental and social issues ravaging some companies' profits, investing ethically is becoming a prudent financial move.

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Smarter superannuation

Thursday, 19 March 2009

Super funds play an important role in influencing markets and industries. So what is your super supporting?

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How to move house the green way

Monday, 9 February 2009

Moving your worldly goods from place to place can be a big drama, so it's easy to forget the impact the big move can have on the environment.

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How to get the most out of windows

Friday, 14 November 2008

Windows are not just dressing to a house. They also make a big difference to how much heat and energy your home uses.

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How to make your pet eco-friendly

Friday, 8 August 2008

Pets are great for your wellbeing, but what about their impact on the planet? Are some domestic animals greener than others?

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Eco-Chic: Vintage Fashion

Thursday, 10 July 2008

The fashion industry decides what stores should stock and, in collaboration with the media, presents a narrow view of what we should wear. But by deciding to shop in a different way, the style savvy consumer can subvert mainstream fashion and take back control of how and where they spend their fashion dollars.

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LA story: A guide to shopping green in the Hollywood scene

Wednesday, 2 July 2008

If you're headed to Los Angeles, chances are your credit card will start burning a hole in your organic-cotton khakis the moment you touch down at LAX. You want it? It's here. Whether you're looking for a new life, a new body or simply a new wardrobe, this is a city where anything and everything goes.

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Nurturing Hope

Monday, 2 June 2008

Do you remember it as a kid - ABC TV's Behind the News (BtN)? The program has been producing children's news stories for more than 30 years and reaches about 500,000 children weekly. In late 2006, BtN asked 2,000 Australian children: "What do you worry about?" Equal first on a list of 12 concerns was "the environment".

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How to install solar panels

Wednesday, 21 May 2008

In Australia's climate, the sun is often hot enough to fry eggs. But why stop at breakfast? Capturing the rays with solar panels can provide enough electricity to take care all your daily activities.

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