To sign up to the Green Lifestyle e-newsletter
For the first time ever Australians are able to buy sustainable tuna according to findings released this week in the updated Greenpeace Canned Tuna Guide.
Social justice, environment and international development organisations have echoed an Indonesian call on the Australia Government to fulfil its 2007 election promise to ban imports of illegal timber.
Rising community and environmental concern about a lack of action to provide safeguards against the risk of large scale oil spills in Australia will be a high profile issue leading up to the federal election, Australia’s leading conservation groups said today in a joint statement.
Darwin and Brisbane have beaten other capitals, but no Australian city has done well in the Australian Conservation Foundation’s first sustainable cities ranking.
Maryke Booth has been nominated for a National Landcare Award for her work in developing a strong natural resource management network in the Canberra region.
A Choice Magazine study found that 40% of teas tested contained pesticides.
Free Australian Native Plant Guide - select the appropriate native plants to suit your planting objectives.
A new competition is encouraging young Australians of all ages to become involved in spreading the word about climate change.
Without radical action to conserve Earth's biodiversity, economies, livelihoods and lives are at severe risk, according to a report released by the UN last week.
Against the backdrop of the worsening Louisiana Oil spill and a sustained community backlash, Australian Resources Minister Martin Ferguson has approved the new Margaret River Oil lease, putting at risk unique marine life in WA’s southwest.