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Meet the world’s largest plant: a single seagrass clone stretching 180 km in Western Australia’s Shark Bay

To find out how many different individual plants are growing in a seagrass meadow, you have to test their DNA. We did this for meadows of ribbon weed seagrass called Posidonia australis in the shallow sun-drenched waters of the Shark Bay World Heritage Area, in Western Australia and the result ...

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Five walks to save the world – how ‘psychogeography’ can help you confront the climate crisis

While you may not be able to fix the big problems alone, there are ways to take action, and this can start with something as simple as a walk.

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Thinking of buying an electric vehicle for your next car? Here’s the market outlook and what to consider

As petrol prices soar and climate change impacts make themselves felt, many people are likely wondering if their next car should be a fully electric vehicle. Yes, the upfront costs are generally higher – but what does the future hold? Will prices fall in coming years and what costs do ...

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World wildlife day: Why we need to continue protecting these endangered animals

For World Wildlife Day 2022, we want to put the protection of animals and their natural habitat at the top of the agenda.

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Bike kitchens: the community-run repair workshops that help build a culture of cycling

To increase cycling, we need more than extra cycling infrastructure; we need a culture change. A worldwide movement of community bike workshops, also known as bike kitchens, can help.

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Covid-19 and Travel: What the Pandemic Can Teach Us About Sustainable Travel

We've all had to alter our ideas of the perfect holiday. Covid-19 has forced many of us to take a look at what we have closer to home, and doing so benefits both us and the environment.

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What’s PEP 11 And Why You Should Care About It (Especially If You’re In Australia)

Haven’t heard about PEP 11? I don’t blame you - despite being a big deal, it seems to have somehow evaded widespread news coverage

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How To Tell Which Sunscreen Is Reef Safe (And Which Isn't)

Up to 14,000 tons of sunscreen is estimated to wash into coral reefs around the globe each year. And most of this is concentrated in areas with high tourism and gentle currents.

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14 Brands And Organisations To Support That Will Help You Lead A Life That Aligns With Your Values

Introducing you to some of the amazing brands and organisations on the 1 Million Women Marketplace