Science

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Is sunscreen safe?

Is sunscreen really that good for you, or for the planet?
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Ask G: Bendy bakeware

Is silicone bakeware safer and greener to use than Teflon non-stick?
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Ask us: junk e-mails

Tanya Ha answers your questions about the best ways to avoid spam emails.
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Being fish-friendly

Does buying seafood from the supermarket harm precious marine ecosystems?

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Gilbert's Potoroo

Assisted migration

Reminiscent of Noah's Ark, could this radical plan help save species?
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Solar energy

The quick guide to solar energy. Be an instant expert in 5 mins.
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What is Peak oil?

Reserves of oil will come to an end one day, but how far away is that?

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Blogs

Emily--WOMAD

Science to act local

How science will take the 'think global, act local' mantra to new levels.
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Bee Wrangling

Finding out how to start your own bee-hive in a very steep learning curve
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Yes, aerosol’s can be recycled!

Venting frustration at the fact Aussies only recycle 40% of aerosol cans.

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    Plastic rubbish

    Ask G: Are there biodegradable plastics?

    Green is not always black and white, and plastics are a case in point.
    Shredded, used paper ready for recycling

    Ask G: How many times can paper be recycled?

    The quality of paper fibre is reduced after use and recycling.
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    Ask G: What to look for in a carbon offsetter

    There are a lot of choices when it comes to offsetting travel.