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Period And Leak-Proof Swimwear: Is It Too Good To Be True? We Test It Out.

Leak-proof swimwear are here to save the planet from extra waste caused by our periods, and save us from worrying at the beach. But how do they work?

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Is It Too Cheap To Visit The ‘Priceless’ Great Barrier Reef?

The Great Barrier Reef is one of the world’s finest natural wonders. It’s also extraordinarily cheap to visit – perhaps too cheap.

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Here’s Why Your Sustainable Tuna Is Also Unsustainable

Tuna is one of the most ubiquitous seafoods. But some species are over-fished and some fishing methods are unsustainable.

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There's Plastic In Our Drinking Water. So What Can We Do About It?

Would you ever suspect that you're drinking plastic? This study shows it's contaminating our tap water all over the world.

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How Your Garden Could Help Stop Your City Flooding

Creating a water-sensitive garden can help to intercept stormwater and reduce the damage caused by flooding. Here's how to do it.

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Winners Of The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards

Nature is awesome, and it can be hilarious too.

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[Update] Weaving a home...How one woman can help millions

Update on Lexus Design Award winner Abeer Seikaly and her sustainably designed tents

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The Oceans Are Full Of Plastic, But Why Do Seabirds Eat It?

Imagine that you are constantly eating, but slowly starving to death. Hundreds of marine species face this risk every day.

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In Banning Plastic Bags We Need To Make Sure We’re Not Creating New Problems

Australia’s big two supermarkets have recently announced the phase out free single-use plastic bags. So far, so good. But are there any downsides?