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Sophie Hart Upcycling Interview

Upcycling is basically taking something old and making it new again- unlike recycling, it actually improves the quality of the original garment. It is growing in popularity in the homewares and also the fashion sector. More...

Solar Charging Station for Electric Vehicles

A solar charging station will be available for public use to generate clean and renewable electricity to power all major electric vehicles (EV) available in the market, as part of the Victorian Government's Electric Vehicle Trial. More...

TEC's Waste Not

Six months after winning Best Documentary Film at St Kilda Film Festival, TEC's acclaimed 26 minute film Waste Not, has garnered another accolade, said Total Environment Centre (TEC). More...

First Cyclone-Proof Solar Modules in Australia

Solar modules by Q.CELLS are the first to pass Category D cyclone pressure tests, proving that they can withstand the harshest of Australian environments, including cyclones of such intensity as Cyclone Yasi and Cyclone Larry. More...

Q.CELLS Completes Europe's Largest Solar Project

Q.CELLS has completed the solar project Brandenburg-Briest to full extend. It is the largest solar installation in Europe. With the last outstanding financial instalment being placed by the financing bank, the commercial part of the mega project has now been finished. More...

Battery Hazard

Think about how many batteries are use daily. You use them in your watch, your remotes, children's toys, torches, portable DVD players, digital camera and remote controls. Batteries make life easier! But did you know that batteries actually harm the earth? More...

Melbourne's Own Solar Powered Charging Station Ready to Use

Australia's first level two solar-powered charging station is ready to charge Melbourne's electric cars. Melbourne's reputation as a green, environmentally friendly and innovative city will thrive with the introduction of the solar-powered electrical vehicle charging station. More...

Acting for a Sustainable Future

Australia's much loved tea brand, Lipton Quality Black is now sourced from Rainforest Alliance certified™ farms and is available nationally on supermarket shelves. Katie Patrick, Director of Green Pages has provided us with some top tips to make better choices in regards to acting sustainably in your home. More...



Brioche Installs Solar Air-Con

Using half the electricity of a traditional air-conditioning unit, Brioche's new system saves power, reduces the business' carbon footprint and is as easy to use for staff as a regular unit. More...

Clean Up Australia Day

Ian Kiernan AO, announced the 2010 Rubbish Report and reveals the statistics of the Australian effort last year. More...

Kids get $75,000 for Environment Projects

$75,000 has been awarded to 17 schools and community groups across the country to undertake educational environment projects. The funding was made available through the Go Green Grants program, an initiative launched by Corporate Express and Junior Landcare earlier this year. More...

Esse Off the Grid Living

Esse range cookers and stoves were first made in the late 1800's in the UK, however it is Australia's own Pivot store, that has been around in Geelong, Victoria for the same amount of time (currently being run by the fifth generation) that is the world's biggest seller and distributor of the product. More...

ECO. Warriors

New environmental campaign prompts young Australians to become ECO. Warriors in the fight against marine pollution. More...

Greencane Toilet Paper

After years researching more sustainable ways to meet our everyday needs, Greencane has finally arrived in Australia, bringing with it more environmentally-conscious household products that are cost-comparable with current market brands. More...

Leif Cocks Sumatran Orangutan Twins Interview

As a species in great peril due to habitat loss and poaching, two beautiful Sumatran orangutan twins have celebrated their first birthday and become a beacon of hope for orangutan survival. The twins Ganteng (male), and Ginting (female) were born in January 2011 to parents, Gober and Leuser in a Sumatran Orangutan rescue centre. More...

Dr Norm Duke Blue Forests' Interview

Australians are leading global efforts to protect 'blue forests'; mangroves that survive in the salty waters fringing the sea. More...

Untrained Environmentalist

The true story of how John Fenton transformed his family's run-down sheep farm into a lush oasis by the simple act of planting trees - lots and lots of trees. More...

Going Bovine

Going Bovine is a quirky, dark and unique road story by Libba Bray. The story follows the journey of Cameron Smith and Gonzo in search of a cure for Smith's terminal illness which has him seeing Dulcie, a loopy punk angel with a bad sugar habit. More...

Green Made Easy

Green Made Easy is the Everyday Guide for Transitioning to a Green Lifestyle. More...

Green Stuff for Kids

Green Stuff for Kids is an A to Z guide to what's up with the planet perfect for green kids and their parent too by Tanya Ha. The book is filled with fun facts, eco-activities, information and green tips which all cover the biggest environmental issues. More...

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