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Community Gardens

Community gardens are proving that many green thumbs make light work.

Taking charge

They may seem small, but churning through batteries adds to toxic waste.

Supermarket sweep

Major food stores are making big efforts to reduce environmental costs.

Udder Delight

An atypical journey from air force pilot, to a cosmetic industry leader.


Bizarre Alternative Source Of Energy

Check out these bizarre source of energy.

Solar-Powered BBQ

An eco-friendly inflatable BBQ that reaches 260?c in under five minutes.


100% off the grid with a near-zero carbon footprint.



Lead In Your Garden Soil

Risk of contaminated soils may change the way we need to garden and live.

Grey Water - what it is and how to use it

Here's how to get the most out of the water around your home.
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Native plants

There's lots of benefits to decking out your garden with native species.

Instant Expert

Companion planting

Can growing certain plants together help a garden or crop field thrive?

Instant expert: Mining Resources Tax

Digging up the facts of a minerals resources tax.
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Palm oil

Most of us are eating and using palm oil without even knowing it.

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Ask G


Ask G: Can I add polystyrene to soil?

Is it possible to lighten clay soils with polystyrene bits?

Ask G: Light dimmers

Does turning the dimmer down on a light actually use less power?

Ask G: Are biofuels really carbon neutral?

Biofuels exploit the fact that crops breathe in carbon dioxide.


Revolution: A must watch

Rob Stewart’s new documentary ‘Revolution’ will blow you away.

Gemtree Wines

Choosing the right kind of sustainable vineyard can be very rewarding

Six ways to add style and save power - use louvres in your home.

Six ways to use Louvres in your home.