Science

Canola

The biofuel debate

Biofuels have begun to look like a curse on the planet, not a saviour.
Losa Telesias house, Tuvalu.

An unfair climate

How those contributing the least to climate change are the most at risk.
Honey

Ask G: Is honey eco?

Food writer Richard Cornish clarifies the eco-credentials of honey.
Solar Panels

Ask G: Solar power

Is adding solar panels or switching to GreenPower better for the environm

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Tasmanian devil

Endangered species list

We've all heard about the endangered species list, but how do animals get
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Wind power

The basics on windpower: what is it and how does it work?
microplastic-AMCS

Instant expert: Microplastics

Getting into the nitty-gritty of a tiny additive, with epic consequences.

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Blogs

Emily--WOMAD

Science to act local

How science will take the 'think global, act local' mantra to new levels.
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Bee Wrangling

Finding out how to start your own bee-hive in a very steep learning curve
aerosol-recycling

Yes, aerosol’s can be recycled!

Venting frustration at the fact Aussies only recycle 40% of aerosol cans.

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    Flicking light switch

    Ask G: Turning lights on and off

    Does turning a light on and off use more energy than just leaving it on?
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    Ask G: Greywater-safe stain removers

    What stain removers are greywater safe?
    Plastic rubbish

    Ask G: Are there biodegradable plastics?

    Green is not always black and white, and plastics are a case in point.