Science

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Home water audit

Taking stock of your water use is a great first step to using less water.
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Climate change truths

Climate scientist Dr Sarah Perkins explains the climate and bushfire link
The sunscreen dilemma

The sunscreen dilemma

Is slopping on the sunscreen doing you more harm than good?
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Endangered species

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

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Geothermal energy

Can we generate electricity using hot rocks underground?
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What is Peak oil?

Reserves of oil will come to an end one day, but how far away is that?
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Endangered species list

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

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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

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    Ask G: White roofs

    Should we paint our roofs white on top?
    Biofuel

    Ask G: Are biofuels really carbon neutral?

    Biofuels exploit the fact that crops breathe in carbon dioxide.
    Plastic rubbish

    Ask G: Are there biodegradable plastics?

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