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These washable bowl covers will rid your fridge of cling wrap and keep food fresh time and time again.
Get into the Christmas spirit and impress your guests with G's guide to creating a green wreath. The end result looks deceptively sophisticated, but it's easy enough for a child to create.
Raising eco-kids won't cost you the Earth. Here's G's tips for helping parents keep things light on the wallet.
Worms do a fantastic job of converting household scraps into nutrient-rich, eco-friendly plant food. We show you how to build a house for your very own colony of wriggly workers using materials you already have around the home, or can get and recycle for free.
Our current September/October issue highlights some quick and easy ways to care for your bike at home, including detailed instructions on fixing a puncture and lubricating your chain. Here's a quick guide on how to remove and reattach a rear wheel of a bike.
When it comes to greenovatin, you don't have to leave everything to the professionals. With some tips and a plan of action, even weekend warriors can create an eco-fabulous space for preparing for food.
With so many cosmetics on the market promising eternal youth, it's easy to get lost in the beauty jungle. Follow a clear path and eat your way to beautiful, radiant skin. Your health will thank you, too!
Even if your souffles fall flat and your crepes are rubbery, you can at least be a good eco-chef with these energy saving tips for the kitchen.
Save your trusty old fridges and other household goods from a lonely eternity in landfill - they, and the planet, deserve better.
Wooden chairs can last for centuries, but their upholstery generally won't. Give an old chair a new lease on life with a simple, eco-friendly revamp.