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‘Biodegradable’ Plastic Will Soon Be Banned In Australia. That’s A Big Win For The Environment

Biodegradable plastic promises a plastic that breaks down into natural components when it's no longer wanted for its original purpose.

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How To Create An Eco-Friendly Sharehouse (And Not Start A Housemates War)

There are ways to get the household on track to being an earth-loving abode!

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Marion Mahony Griffin: The Life Shaping Forces Of Nature, Community And Architecture

2021 marks 150 years since Marion Mahony Griffin was born and 100 years since the inception of the garden suburb of Castlecrag.

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Why Are People Saying Mushrooms Are Going To Save The Planet?

Everyone seems to be wild about mushrooms right now. Some even go so far as to say they are going to save the planet.

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Personal Health Reasons Mean I Can't Fully Cut Meat Out. Here's What I Do To Reduce My Foodprint

​Many of us are aware of the detrimental effects the meat industry has on our planet and as much as we'd like to cut down eating meat or cut it out completely, sometimes it's just not possible to do this

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How To Buy The Right Shoes, Mend Them And Make Them Last Longer

Shoes are pretty essential, we’re stuck with them. The problem is… the planet is stuck with them too.

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Unconscious Consuming: How We’re Influenced To Impulse Buy And Buy Things We Don’t Need

We're constantly inundated with a world that encourages us to buy things without even thinking. This is called unconscious consumerism.

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Safe Sex and Sustainability: Here’s How To Have Both!

Being concerned about the environment often extends to every part of your life. It’s easy to start looking at everything through a “green” lens and think “how can I make this better for the environment?”, so why not extend that to your sex life too!

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Can We Ever Truly Be Conscious Consumers? Or Is The Very Idea A Contradiction?

Is there such a thing as conscious consumerism - a type of consuming that doesn’t harm the planet or people? Or is the very nature of consumerism damaging? Let’s take a look.