A new year detox

Tuesday, 22 January 2013

Health coach Lee Holmes says that a new year detox will help simplify your life. She shares her pain-free, practical tips to detox successfully as one of our guest bloggers.


Shark overkill

Monday, 14 January 2013

As founder of Eco Divers, Dave Thomas has seen the chilling underwater effects of shark netting first hand. He discusses the issues with meshing on beaches and culling sharks.


Slow and well

Wednesday, 9 January 2013

Our editor Emma talks about the new Feb/March issue, and why we all need to slow down for a better, healthier lifestyle.


Is seafood sustainable?

Wednesday, 19 December 2012

Green Lifestyle's deputy editor Caitlin looks into the state of our fisheries, and shares her tips for enjoying sustainable seafood these summer holidays.


12 days of Christmas with a green twist

Tuesday, 11 December 2012

Christmas is a great time to celebrate, but it’s also the season when we spend the most money and generate the most waste. Janet Sparrow from Planet Ark explains how a few simple actions can make a big difference to the environment.


Cleaning without chemicals

Monday, 19 November 2012

Home cleaning products are a common source of toxins in the home. Andrew Chaney from Aware Environmental offers up solutions on how to clean up your act and be an informed shopper by recognising eco-labels.


Baby steps

Wednesday, 14 November 2012

Our editor Emma talks about the new issue and why what food we're putting into our mouths is a more important issue than ever before.


What's in your water?

Tuesday, 16 October 2012

We’re blessed in Australia with disease-free and sanitised drinking water, but what chemicals and nasties are still lurking in our glass? Toxin expert, Tabitha McIntosh fills us in. Plus read on for your chance to win a Cleansui water purifier!


G magazine to become Green Lifestyle!

Wednesday, 12 September 2012

There's plenty to be excited about in anticipation for our new issue out next week – including a big spring clean of your favourite mag, and the results of the Green Lifestyle Awards!

Renewables to eclipse coal

Friday, 10 August 2012

So now it looks like solar and wind technologies will be the cheapest way to make electricity by 2030. That’s the finding of a new Australian Energy Technology Assessment from Australia’s Bureau of Resources and Energy Economics, prepared by engineering firm Worley Parsons. The report also opens the door for nuclear energy.

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