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I enjoyed following the series on the Ready Made blog about going a week without various environmental harms. They've previously done plastic and this week, attention was turned to processed...
It's an interesting and thorny issue. Planet Green had a post about managing a relationship with someone with different environmental standards than you, but what if it's your housemate...
A few weeks ago I was invited to the launch of 'Green Food generation', the new title from Hayden Wood who has something of a following for his long running series of alcohol related titles...
Or indeed the Internet? Most of us browse the web and utilize the Internet on a frequent basis (you're here aren't you?) without really questioning the implications of doing so, here's an...
The organisation is urging the Government to legislate basic living standards for rental properties. VCOSS volunteers visited 116 rental properties advertised in newspapers throughout Melbourne and...
Consumers are constantly being advised these days to reduce our standby power usage. However it is not always simple to reach behind your appliances and turn the switch off, or even to remember to...
If you're like me, you may have been involved in grass roots activism at high school or university. Maybe you've been involved in politics or a member of a political party. Maybe you attend...
Treehugger put a great little post today about a new award winning documentary about Freegans / Dumpster divers, take a look. www.treehugger.com/files/2009/08/meet-the-freegans.php
What sorts of bikes are suitable for appartment living? Foldable bikes, small bikes etc…
Saving stand-by power is a very important component of household energy efficiency. Products not turned off at the switch can use a significant amount of standby power and nobody likes using power...