Science

cork is better for the environment

Put a cork in it!

Cork is rare these days, but greenies give it the seal of approval
Ask-Tanya-kitchens

Ask G: No formaldehyde

Can I renovate my kitchen to be formaldehyde-free?
Bendy bakeware

Ask G: Bendy bakeware

Is silicone bakeware safer and greener to use than Teflon non-stick?
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Ask G: Recycling solar

Tanya Ha tackles your eco-questions & finds out if solar can be recycled.

Instant Expert

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What is Peak oil?

Reserves of oil will come to an end one day, but how far away is that?
Chinchilla gasfields

Instant Expert: Fracking

The deal with this explosive topic, & why it's so controversial.
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Instant expert: Wildife Corridors

Clearing the facts on a greener pathway.

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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
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Yes, aerosol’s can be recycled!

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

    Ask G

    Kit-home-story

    Ask us: Kit homes

    Tanya Ha talks about if kit home companies can be eco-aware.
    Solar-home-story

    Ask us: Solar health & safety

    Tanya Ha answers your questions on the safety of solar power.
    Shredded, used paper ready for recycling

    Ask G: How many times can paper be recycled?

    The quality of paper fibre is reduced after use and recycling.