The G Word

The G Word

From fashion to breaking news, the G Magazine team are on the pulse of all things green.

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Think green and be a winner

Tuesday, 10 March 2009

The Eco-Minds program is all about charging your passion for the environment and drumming up interest in the opportunity to get your hands on an awesome prize! But be quick, time is running out!

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10 beginner gardener mistakes to avoid

Thursday, 18 December 2008

If you're thinking about your first vegie patch, or a pot of lettuce on your balcony, don't make these mistakes:


The revolution that rubs off on you

Tuesday, 9 December 2008

When I started working with people who commuted on bikes in Sydney traffic, I thought they were slightly loopy. Admirably green and fit, but kind of suicidal at the same time.


Don't dis the eco-newbie

Friday, 5 December 2008

Just because I've come a little late to the party, doesn't mean I can't bring something to the table and kick back with everyone else.


Permaculture basics

Friday, 17 October 2008

If you ask me, one of the fundamental problems about convincing people to grow their own permaculture gardens is the complex, almost academic, principles that underline it.


Hot water rebates

Thursday, 25 September 2008

The Dux Hot Water group has just launched a website, Hot Water Rebates, that makes it quick and easy to figure out how much money you get back if you upgrade/add a new hot water system.


World Car-free day

Monday, 22 September 2008

You may not know it, but today is World Car-free Day. Judging from the number of commuters who were lining up at bus stops this morning, people are getting in the spirit.


Nature Wars

Monday, 22 September 2008

I am sure if you asked them they would express concern about the planet, but how do you influence your neighbours without alienating them?

The Green Book

G in the Sydney Morning Herald

Friday, 19 September 2008

G received some coverage in the Sydney Morning Herald yesterday. Paul McIntyre gave the new Green Book a write up.

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Should there be carbon labelling?

Wednesday, 17 September 2008

Most of us know that carbon pollution whisks more greenhouse gasses into the atmosphere and worsens climate change, so would it help if products had carbon labels to explain just how much environmental destruction is embodied in everything we consume?

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