The G Word, by Caitlin
G's writer, Caitlin Howlett, has a chat on all things green.
The Green Lifestyle staff are going meat-free next week! Read on for our tips.
Green Lifestyle's deputy editor Caitlin looks into the state of our fisheries, and shares her tips for enjoying sustainable seafood these summer holidays.
G test-runs what it’s like to try to grow your own button, brown and shiitake mushrooms at home, with more than a few surprises along the way!
The G office wraps up last issue’s Challenge to recycle forgotten items, with some items proving more difficult to recycle than others!
The G office has taken on this month's Challenge by collecting over 20 old mobile phones for recycling! We trace what will happen to them next.
Caitlin from the G office takes on the challenge to grow her own mushrooms.
From recent vocal outrage being heard in regional communities against the Draft Basin Plan for the Murray-Darling Basin, you’d be forgiven for thinking that it isn’t all that different from last years’ saga. G writer Caitlin thinks it is, but even the ‘new improved’ plan might not work.
G writer Caitlin reflects on the responsibilities of waste management after a visit to Smokey Mountain II, a waste dump on the outskirts of Manila in the Philippines, where ingenuity and recycling is a survival skill and a livelihood.
How electric vehicles are becoming more accessible, functional and affordable.
The health and environment benefits of eating locally are well known, but it’s not just localising food that’s important. In Mudgee, NSW, G writer Caitlin discovered why locality is also central to identity, community and wellbeing.